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Three City players named in FIFA World 11

FIFA WORLD 11: Three City players have been nominated

FIFA WORLD 11: Three City players have been nominated

Ellen White, Keira Walsh and captain Steph Houghton are among the 55 nominees for this year's FIFA FIFPRO’s Women World 11.

White enjoyed a fine World Cup in France this summer as England made it to the semi-finals before losing to the USA, with the potent striker bagging six goals and finishing as equal top scorer.

22-year-old Walsh was instrumental in City’s two domestic cup successes last season before playing a key role in the Lionesses run to the last four in France.

And Houghton produced perhaps her best season yet in 2018-19. An inspirational leader for both club and country, she continues to be a leading figure in the game. 

The fourth Women’s World XI will be announced on Monday September 23rd during the Best Football Awards in Milan's Scala theatre. 

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The full list is as follows:


Sarah Bouhaddi (France, Olympique Lyonnais)
Christiane Endler (Chile, Paris Saint-Germain)
Hedvig Lindahl (Sweden, VfL Wolfsburg/Chelsea)
Alyssa Naeher (USA, Chicago Red Stars)
Sari van Veenendaal (The Netherlands, Atletico)


Millie Bright (England, Chelsea)
Lucy Bronze (England, Olympique Lyonnais, photo)
Kadeisha Buchanan (Canada, Olympique Lyonnais)
Abby Dahlkemper (USA, North Carolina Courage)
Crystal Dunn (USA, North Carolina Courage)
Nilla Fischer (Sweden, Linkopings/VfL Wolfsburg)
Sara Gama (Italy, Juventus)
Stefanie van der Gragt (The Netherlands, FC Barcelona)
Alex Greenwood (England, Olympique Lyonnais)
Stephanie Houghton (England, Manchester City)
Ali Krieger (USA, Orlando Pride)
Saki Kumagai (Japan, Olympique Lyonnais)
Amel Majri (France, Olympique Lyonnais)
Griedge Mbock Olympique Lyonnais
Maren Mjelde (Norway, Chelsea)

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Kelley O'Hara (USA, Utah Royals)

Wendie Renard (France, Olympique Lyonnais)
Michelle Romero (Venezuela, Deportivo La Coruna)
Camila Saez (Chile, Rayo Vallecano)
Becky Sauerbrunn (USA, Utah Royals)


Andressa Alves (Brazil, AS Roma)
Kosovare Asllani (Sweden, CD Tacon/Paris Saint-Germain)
Sara Daebritz (Germany, Paris Saint-Germain)
Danielle van de Donk (The Netherlands, Arsenal)
Julie Ertz (USA, Chicago Red Stars)
Formiga (Brazil, Paris Saint-Germain)
Jackie Groenen (The Netherlands, Manchester United)
Amandine Henry (France, Olympique Lyonnais)
Lindsey Horan (USA, Portland Thorns)
Rose Lavelle (USA, Washington Spirit, photo)
Carli Lloyd (USA, Sky Blue)
Dzsenifer Marozsan (Germany, Olympique Lyonnais)
Samantha Mewis (USA, North Carolina Courage)
Sherida Spitse (The Netherlands, Valerenga)
Keira Walsh (England, Manchester City)


Oriana Altuve (Venezuela, Rayo Vallecano)
Caroline Graham Hansen (Norway, FC Barcelona)
Pernille Harder (Denmark, VfL Wolfburg)
Tobin Heath (USA, Portland Thorns)
Ada Hegerberg (Norway, Olympique Lyonnais)
Jennifer Hermoso (Spain, FC Barcelona)
Sam Kerr (Australia, Chicago Red Stars)
Eugenie Le Sommer (France, Olympique Lyonnais)
Lieke Martens (The Netherlands, FC Barcelona)
Vivianne Miedema (The Netherlands, Arsenal, photo)
Alex Morgan (USA, Orlando Pride)
Nikita Parris (England, Olympique Lyonnais)
Megan Rapinoe (USA, Reign FC)
Marta Vieira da Silva (Brazil, Orlando Pride)
Ellen White (England, Manchester City)

WITNESS HISTORY | Tickets for the Manchester derby are available to buy online and the Etihad Stadium ticket office will remain open right up until kick-off on Saturday.

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Witness history: A groundbreaking Manchester Derby

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‘Sorry, no girls allowed.’ It’s the phrase that has haunted almost every sports-playing young woman at some point in her life – and sometimes, even omitting the apology.

It’s the reason women’s sport has lagged so far behind its male counterpart for so long, and the reason why so many budding female sports stars give up on their dreams entirely and embark on a new – and often more ‘traditional’ - path.