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Chelsea midfielder Ji So Yun completed the major awards double on Sunday night when she was named as the 2015 PFA Women's Players' Player of the Year.
The South Korean international had already won the FA Players' Player of the Year and the latest award brings reward for a very impressive debut season as Chelsea narrowly missed out on the FA WSL title last year, as well as recording four straight wins at the start of this season.
Arsenal starlet Leah Williamson was the winner of the PFA Women's Young Player of the Year, which caps a remarkable few weeks for the talented 18-year-old who hit the headlines around the world recently with her penalty against Norway for England Under-19s - five days after her original spot kick was ruled out for encroachment and a free kick wrongly awarded.
The PFA WSL Team of the Year was also announced and a wide selection of clubs had players named, with only one member of last season's title winning Liverpool squad included - Lucy Bronze. The team was as follows:
Carly Telford (Notts County)
Lucy Bronze (Liverpool - now Manchester City)
Emma Mitchell (Arsenal)
Rachel Corsie (Notts County - now Seattle Reign)
Casey Stoney (Arsenal)
Jill Scott (Manchester City)
Jo Potter (Birmingham City)
Ji So Yun (Chelsea)
Karen Carney (Birmingham City)
Eniola Aluko (Chelsea)
Nikita Parris (Everton - now Manchester City)
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