Considered one of Manchester United ladies’s star gamers this season, Ella Toone, has been nominated for the PFA Girls’s younger participant of the yr award.
— Manchester United Girls (@ManUtdWomen) June 1, 2022
Toone is certainly one of six WSL gamers who’ve acquired nominations with former United striker, Lauren James, additionally shortlisted.
22-year-old Toone performed a component in each single certainly one of United’s 22 video games on this season’s marketing campaign, which noticed the Reds end in a good fourth place.
She bagged seven objectives and eight assists all through the season, no different participant within the league racked up extra assists than the United teen.
In addition to helping United of their profitable marketing campaign, Toone reached some private milestones too, turning into the membership’s highest objective scorer and being the primary to achieve 100 appearances for the membership.
It’s not the primary time Toone’s spectacular season has been recognised as she was not too long ago nominated for the league’s PFA Vertu Motors Followers’ Participant of the Yr and the WSL’s Participant of the Season awards.
Nonetheless, Toone faces stiff competitors as Manchester Metropolis’s Lauren Hemp, who scored 16 objectives within the marketing campaign, can be nominated.
Hemp gained the award final season and was a key participant as Metropolis fought again from a troublesome opening to the season to complete third.
Arsenal’s Frida Maanum can be nominated. Her facet completed second within the WSL in what was a tense title race with Chelsea.
Tottenham’s Jessica Naz and Brighton’s Le Tissier conclude the shortlist.
Subsequent month, Toone will look to proceed her good run of kind as she is a part of the England squad on the Euros.
Favoured by The Lionesses supervisor Sarina Wiegman, Toone has loved a variety of recreation time for England and has already scored two hat tips for her nation.
The winner of the PFA Younger Participant of the Yr shall be introduced on June ninth in a ceremony broadcast on their social media channels.