Mauricio is one of 12 managers in the running for The Best FIFA Men’s Coach, while striker Harry is on a list of 24 stars vying for The Best FIFA Men’s Player award.
A panel of legends from across FIFA's six confederations put the shortlists together based on the top performers in world football between 20 November 2016 and 2 July 2017.
The winners of each category will be decided by the head coaches and captains of all national teams, a group of over 200 members of the international media and a public fan ballot on FIFA.com.
The voting process will open on 21 August and close on 7 September. FIFA will announce the final lists of the three nominees for each of the categories – as well as for the FIFA Puskás Award, the FIFA Fan Award and the brand new The Best FIFA Goalkeeper award – in September.
Visit fifa.com/fifafootballawards for more information.