A boerenjaar. Otherwise, you can over the last twelve months of Tessa Wullaert't describe it. In Wolfsburg she was champion, she won the German cup and played the final of the Champions League - where powerhouse Lyon a bit too strong turned out. After three years and a handful of awards in his pocket, waved them past summer the female version of the Bundesliga. They went to the English Manchester City - her droomtransfer was a fact. Also the Red Flames filled Wullaert a crucial role, already encountered our national voetbaldames towards a first ever world cup in Switzerland in the barragematchen.
“I win for the second time in three editions, that is, of course, a great honor. This Golden Shoe is a nice reward for a fun and successful year,” said Wullaert. “I want many people to thank. My family, friends, my love and also the people at Manchester City and my ex-team Wolfsburg.”
Wullaert gets the of her Red Flames-colleagues Janice Cayman and Davina Philtjens. The winner and third last year, came together with coach Ives Serneels flown from the Spanish Pinatar, where the Red Flames on a winter training stay. “As it is known as the Golden Shoe, that's where you want presence”, was Serneels excited. Tomorrow morning they move again to the Spanish sun, where in the evening a oefenmatch against the host country on the program. But a small party.
Wullaert received her trophy from the hands of Pär Zetterberg. The Swede received the male version of the prize in 1993 and 1997 and is now assistant trainer of Anderlecht.
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1. Tessa Wullaert (Manchester City) 150
2. Janice Cayman (Montpellier) 116
3. Davina Philtjens (Fiorentina) for 75
4. Aline Zeler (PSV) 68
5. Davinia Vanmechelen (Paris Saint-Germain/PSV) 59
6. Tine De Caigny (Anderlecht) 51
Laura De Neve (Anderlecht) 51
8. Kassandra Missipo (AA Gent), 49
9. Heleen Jaques (Fiorentina) 29
10. Ella Van Kerkhoven (Anderlecht) 12