The Golden Boot is a football prize awarded to the player who, during the European football season, obtains the best score calculated by multiplying the number of goals scored in League matches by the difficulty coefficient of the league itself.
From 1992 to 1996 the prize was not awarded. With the introduction (from the 1997 edition) of the weighting according to the UEFA coefficient, the “Golden Boot” was won by several forwards, militants in leagues of varying difficulty.
The same player can, during the same season, change team or even competition; generally the goals scored are always valid for the assignment of the score in the standings. The exception occurs if the player plays in leagues that are played in different seasons, for example the Nordic leagues such as those of Sweden, Norway, which are played mainly in the summer, and the classic ones such as Serie A, Premier League or La Liga, which are played in winter and spring. In this case the sum of the signatures cannot be implemented.
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