Ben White has won Arsenal’s Player of the Month award for November, earning 47% of the fan vote.
Arsenal confirmed on Friday that Ben White has been voted as their Player of the Month for November, with 47% of fans picking him for the award.
Martin Odegaard finished in second with 37% of the vote, leaving around 16% to be split between Gabriel Magalhaes in third and Gabriel Jesus in fourth.
White was involved in all three clean sheets for Arsenal in November, only missing the League Cup game against Brighton, and he showed the impressive form that eventually got him called up to the England squad for the World Cup.
As for the other candidates, Gabriel Jesus started in the three wins over Chelsea, Wolves, and Zurich, whilst he was only involved from the bench in the defeat to Brighton, and he continued to prove his usefulness to the team even when not scoring.
Gabriel Magalhaes also started the three wins, helping Arsenal to three clean sheets along with White, and he even got on the scoresheet against Chelsea.
Martin Odegaard only started in the two league games, but he scored two goals in those games to help Arsenal end the first part of the campaign with a win over Wolves.
The award is White’s first Player of the Month award with Arsenal, though he’s had plenty of success in individual awards with his former clubs.
The 25-year-old won Newport County’s Player of the Year award in 2017/18, Leeds United’s Young Player of the Season award in 2019/20, and Brighton & Hove Albion’s Player of the Season award in 2020/21.