Jordan Nobbs is up for Women’s Player of the Year.

The Football Supporters’ Federation have nominated Nobbs for Women’s Player of the Year.

The Lioness is up against Fran Kirby (Chelsea), Jade Moore (Reading), Jill Scott (Manchester City), Caroline Weir (Liverpool) and Ellen White (Birmingham City), so it’ll be tough but she definitely in with a good chance. Especially if Gooners are voting…

Voting closes on 20 November, so get in there while you still can! Place your vote here.

The Arsenal midfielder was superb at this year’s Women’s Euros in the Netherlands and despite England getting knocked out of the semi-finals to the hosts, the 24-year-old was still strong throughout, scoring once.

Nobbs has been at Arsenal since 2010 and has netted 26 goals in 81 appearances.

She started her career at Sunderland, where she spent two years from 2008 onward. She then joined the Gunners when she was just 17. Seven years on and she’s at Arsenal.

This season, Nobbs is yet to score for Arsenal in the FA WSL. However, she’s started all four of the Gunners’ clashes.

Arsenal are currently in fourth place (sounds familiar) with Reading, Manchester City and Chelsea above them.

The Gunners are level with the Royals on points but a pretty concerning five behind City and Chelsea.

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