Vivianne Miedema Wins Arsenal Women’s Supporters Club Player of the Year (Shock)


Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema has been voted as the Arsenal Women’s Supporters Club Player of the Year for 2018-19 in a shock vote. Supporters’ club members have been casting their votes over the last few weeks and the Dutch striker emerged as a surprise winner.

Miedema also scooped up the WSL Golden Boot award having notched 22 goals this season, with Manchester City’s Nikita Parris behind her with 19. Viv also has 10 assists for the season and, according to Opta, 73% of her shots on goal this season have been on target. She has scored a goal every 81 minutes in the WSL this season.

The Arsenal Supporters Club also voted for Jordan Nobbs’ cross-cum-shot in the 5-0 win over Chelsea as their goal of the season. Jordan spoke with Arseblog News after the game and confessed that the effort was meant to be a cross. “I should keep this quiet, but yeah it was meant to be a cross! But I’ll take it! I was so glad my second one went in so I could show that even if I’m a really bad crosser, I can at least shoot when I mean to!”

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Please explain what a cross-cum-shot is, I am not familiar with the lingo.

Monkey Joe

Use your imagination.


it came from nobbs


Congratulations Vivianne Miedema.


World class talent in a side brimming with incredible talent, and a very tactically astute manager. Everyone plays for each other and has such focus on a common of winning the title. Even injuries couldn’t stop this side, and with Viviane leading the line, we are good enough to dream of a great Champions League campaign next season.