Apito de Ouro

 The Apito de Ouro (Golden Whistle) is an award that was offered by Placar 
magazine to the best referee of the Brazilian Championship in 1993 and 1994.
 The award was given based on scores given by Placar journalists during each 
match of the competition. The referee with the best average score would be 
the winner of the Apito de Ouro.
 In 1993 the winner should have an average score of at least 7.5. 
 It was discontinued because of the low scores received by the referees.

Year	Winner (State)				  score
1993	Jos� Mocellin (Rio Grande do Sul)	   6,66  [award not given]
1994	M�rcio Rezende de Freitas (Minas Gerais)   6,95

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Prepared and maintained by Paulo Torres for the Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation and RSSSF Brazil

Author: Paulo Torres (paulotf@uai.com.br)
Last updated: 31 Dec 2000

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