Harder can become the best Danish player for the eighth time

Pernille Harder is out for a long time with a muscle injury, but perhaps she will soon be able to console herself with another award for the collection.

Together with Sofie Bredgaard and Stine Ballisager, Harder is once again nominated for the prize for Female Soccer Player of the Year in Denmark.

The Dansk Boldspil-Union (DBU) states this on its website.

She has received the award seven times earlier in her career – the first time in 2012. From 2015 to 2020, the title went exclusively to her. Last year, however, Signe Bruun broke the pack and grabbed the prize.

Pernille Harder plays on a daily basis for Chelsea, who earlier this week reported her out with an injury for a long time.

Harder has undergone surgery for the muscle injury she sustained earlier in November in an international match against Switzerland.

However, national coach Lars Søndergaard does not immediately fear that her participation at this summer’s WC in Australia and New Zealand is in danger.

Sofie Bredgaard has had a good season in Swedish FC Rosengård and in 2022 made her debut in the Danish A national team.

Both in Norwegian Vålerenga and on the Danish national team, Stine Ballisager has made such a good impression that she has also become part of the field.

It is the Danish footballers themselves who nominate the nominees. They also decide who runs with the title.

By Editor