Arsenal’s Kim Little, Vivianne Miedema and Leah Williamson have been voted into the PFA Team of the Year for 2019-20. Miedema again finished top scorer in the WSL with 16 goals and she also led the division for assists too.
Captain Kim Little enjoyed another fine season in central midfield while 23-year old defender Leah Williamson continued to build on her growing reputation with another excellent season, often playing in central midfield too.
Miedema and Little were nominated for the overall PFA Player of the Year award but Chelsea’s Beth England was the ultimate winner. Miedema won the Football Writers’ Award, while Leah was voted the Arsenal Women’s Supporters’ Club Player of the Year. We will have an interview with Leah on the site at 10pm on Friday evening.
Miedema won the PFA award in 2019, while Kim was the inaugural winner of the women’s PFA award in 2013. Leah won the young player award in 2015.
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— Professional Footballers' Association (@PFA) September 8, 2020