Lucy Bronze wins PFA Women’s Players’ Player of the Year 2014
Lucy Bronze has been named the PFA Women’s Players’ Player of the Year 2014.
The shortlist for the second ever PFA Women’s Player of the Year award was exceptionally strong, especially considering it included last year’s winner Kim Little. However, it was Bronze that received the most votes from her fellow PFA members and collected the 2014 award.
The 22 year old Liverpool defender won the Women’s Super League in her first season at the club and has gone on to feature regularly in the senior England set up after playing at all levels from Under 17.
Bronze has played most of her football as a right sided defender and has managed to get herself on the score sheet for Liverpool once during their title winning campaign last season.
Martha Harris has been named the 2014 PFA Women’s Young Player of the Year.
Last year saw Kim Little crowned the first ever PFA Women’s Player of the Year and now Harris who played for Notts County (formerly Lincoln Ladies) has received the first ever Young Player award in the Women’s category.
The 19 year old has received the accolades from her fellow PFA members in a season that has ended with her being transferred to Super League champions Liverpool.
Harris impressed her new Liverpool manager Matt Beard during last season. She was part of the Notts County (formerly Lincoln Ladies) defence that only conceded 15 goals throughout the whole season, the second best record in the Super League.
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