Official! Done Deal – 20 Goals In 42 League Apps Midfield Star Signs New Long-Term Contract With Arsenal.

Arsenal’s bid to strengthen the depth of strength in the club’s squads has been boosted with the signing of a new long-term contract by Ladies midfield star, Jordan Nobbs according to Arsenal’s official website.

The 22-year old England Women’s International has carved a great career for herself since moving from Sunderland in 2010, starring in major tournaments for both England and Arsenal. 20 goals in 42 Super League appearances easily ranks her as one of the hottest prospects in Women Football and it is definitely a thing of delight that she has been offered a new package to elongate her stay with us.

The Arsenal Ladies manager, Pedro Martinez Losa, has been impressed by Jordan’s abilities and performances, expressing delight with the news of a new contract and bears high hopes for the youngster’s future to hit the very height of the greats.

“Jordan has developed into one of the most talented young players in the country since joining Arsenal in 2010” the manager said.

“She has fantastic technical ability and a great character too. She has a great future in the game and I believe she will be one of the best players in the women’s game for a long time to come. We are delighted she’s decided to commit her future to Arsenal”.

A one-time captain of the England Women Under-17s, the free-scoring midfielder looks destined for a very exciting career ahead and she is happy to be spending the next chapters of it at Arsenal.

“I’m excited to have signed a new contract with Arsenal. There’s a great feeling around the team heading into the 2015 season. We feel we can come back to challenging on all fronts this year and I’m looking forward to being part of that.”

Exciting times are expected again with the Ladies team after a disappointing 2014 campaign. With the commitment of highly rated potentials like Nobbs, and the acquisition of equally fited youngsters like Jemma Rose, coach Losa is building as much as will be required to take the Ladies team back to the top, where they belong.

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