Georgia Stanway enjoyed a debut season to remember with Manchester City Ladies football team, but the starlet admits she is still a long way from being the finished article.
Steph Houghton is a player who has experienced nearly every high that football has to offer.
Manchester City Women’s striker Toni Duggan was the first to be recognised when the 2014/15 season awards were announced on Wednesday night.
After scoring an astonishing 35 goals in 15 games in the Women’s Premier League last season for Blackburn, England Under-17 international Georgia Stanway was courted by Manchester City resulting in a dream move.
England’s women, unbeaten in three matches having scored six goals from a variety of players including two defenders in Monday’s comeback against unbeaten Norway, prepare to face hosts Canada in Saturday’s last-eight clash.
Manchester City’s Steph Houghton and Lucy Bronze helped England’s Lionesses overcome a 1-0 deficit against former champions Norway to set up a World Cup quarter-final with hosts Canada on Saturday.
Finishing second in the group and with two successive wins from three, England’s women are on their way to the last 16 where they will face Norway.
Nick Cushing’s side have played five games but have only managed to pick up five points, scoring three goals in total in the league.
On Monday City opened their new state-of-the-art £200million training ground in the presence of playing legends past and present.
England women play their first ever match at the home of football against Germany and 26-year-old Houghton will captain the side in front of 55,000 fans.
The occasion will mark the first women’s England international being held at Wembley, with 55,000 people set to attend, ahead of the 2015 World Cup in Canada.