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Jordan Nobbs completed a unique double following Arsenal's WSL title clinching 3-1 win over Liverpool at Skelmersdale on Sunday, a record which might never be equalled.
The 18-year-old midfielder became the first player ever to be a member of a Premier League and WSL Championship side in the same year.
Jordan helped her former club Sunderland lift the Premier League title for the first time in their history before being a part of Arsenal's Championship squad, also gaining a F.A.Women's Cup winners medal along the way.
"It's great to win the league with a new team and to win the first ever Women's Super League is a great feeling," she told Women's Soccer Scene after the game.
"The more trophies the better and we're looking forward to the League Cup."
Although she has only been playing senior football for less than three years, Jordan has had a remarkable career to date. As well as her successes this year, she also has a Northern Division Championship medal and a previous F.A.Women's Cup Final appearance with Sunderland - as well as playing in a World Cup semi final at Under-17 level, two UEFA Under-19 Championship Finals, scoring as England lifted the trophy in 2009, and the UEFA Women's Champions League semi finals with Arsenal earlier this year.
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