61. Kelley O’Hara
Her World Cup and international commitments meant O’Hara only played four domestic matches for the Utah Royals in 2019, but that shows her worth and importance to the USA side which once again won the World Cup. She was a constant presence in the team throughout the year, from the SheBelieves Cup at the beginning to recent friendlies under new head coach Vlatko Andonovski. Her ability to link attack and defence sets her apart and her importance to the team was once again evident during their success. She’ll have been disappointed to have to come off at half-time on the biggest stage of all after sustaining a head injury during the first half of the final against the Netherlands, but it was only a minor blot on another stellar year.
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