The voting opens at 3pm on Friday 10th May and closes at 8am on Monday 13th May.BCFC
In April, Blues recorded three back-to-back victories to keep their top three hopes alive. Marta Tejedor’s side won away at Everton, West Ham and Liverpool in their final home game at St. Andrew’s Trillion Trophy Stadium.
Ladd is the engine room in the centre of Blues’ midfield and it was her spectacular volley from the edge of the box that sparked the comeback away at Everton.
Against West Ham, the midfielder showed her set-piece ability when she confidently guided a free-kick into the top corner to set Blues on the path to victory.
Highly regarded by her teammates, she won the prestigious Player’s Player Award at the 2019 BCFC Player Awards to round off a memorable month.
The assured centre-half is fast becoming one of the best defenders in the FA Women’s Super League and her consistency was rewarded in April when she was named in the PFA FA WSL Team of the Year.
With club captain Kerys Harrop injured, Mannion stepped up and wore the Captain’s armband for the Blues game against Liverpool, leading the side to a 2-0 victory.
A firm favourite amongst Blues’ fans, Aoife took home the Supporter’s Player of the Season Award at the 2019 BCFC Player Awards.
Blues’ striker had a goal-filled month, scoring braces against Everton and Liverpool. Helping her team to two wins in both games, she has added fire power to Marta Tejedor’s front line.
Ellen took home Goalscorer of the Season at the 2019 BCFC Player Awards, having netted six times this campaign despite spending time on the side lines through injury.
Her poaching instinct and clinical nature in front of goal is what makes her a worthy candidate for Player of the Month.
The voting opens at 3pm on Friday 10th May and closes at 8am on Monday 13th May.
The three Blues players go head-to-head with Arsenal with Vivianne Miedema, Leah Williamson and Beth Mead who are also nominated for the award.
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