Result of WSU’s Women’s Football World Eleven 2014
Earlier this month, we asked you who you thought were the best women’s football players of 2014, your votes have been counted and we can now reveal the WSU Women’s Football World Eleven 2014.
Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for the eleven players you thought deserved to be recognised as the best of 2014.
WSU’s Women’s Football World Eleven 2014 #WSUWorldXI
Hope Solo (Seattle Reign)
Ali Krieger (Washington Spirit)
Nilla Fischer (VfL Wolfsburg)
Wendie Renard (Olympique Lyonnais)
Becky Sauerbrunn (FC Kansas City)
Verónica Boquete (Frankfurt)
Louisa Nécib (Olympique Lyonnais)
Nadine Keßler (VfL Wolfsburg)
Kim Little (Seattle Reign)
Lotta Schelin (Olympique Lyonnais)
Marta (FC Rosengård)
Seattle Reign’s Hope Solo narrowly beat Almuth Schult of Vfl Wolfsburg by 6 votes to claim the goalkeeper position in the WSU Women’s Football World Eleven 2014.
Krieger, Fischer, Renard and Sauerbrunn were very popular choices for the back four. Luisa Wensing of Vfl Wolfsburg was the next most voted defender behind them.
In midfield, it was Lauren Holiday of FC Kansas City who just missed out on a place in the WSU Women’s Football World Eleven 2014.
The next most popular forward of 2014 behind Marta and Lotta Schelin, as voted by you, was Vivianne Miedema of FC Bayern Munich.
Now, who would be able to best manage the WSU World XI 2014!??