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Man City boss Gareth Taylor among managers up for Women’s Super League award

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Manchester City boss Gareth Taylor is among three other managers to be nominated for the November Barclays Women’s Super League manager of the month award for the second time this seasonManchester City’s Gareth Taylor during the FA Women’s Super League match against Everton at Walton Hall Park on November 19, 2022 in Liverpool (Image: Photo by Lynne Cameron – Manchester City/Manchester City FC via Getty Images)Manchester City boss Gareth Taylor has been shortlisted for the Barclays Women’s Super League manager of the month award for the second time this season. Taylor was nominated for the October award, which was eventually collected by Manchester United manager Marc Skinner. League action was reduced in November as a result of the final international break of the calendar year, but City moved up to fourth in the table with two wins from two. The Citizens comfortably beat Reading 3-0 at the beginning of the month, before narrowly overcoming Everton 2-1 away from home two weeks ago. They’ll hope to continue their fine form this weekend when they host Brighton on Sunday. Also up for the award is Aston Villa boss Carla Ward, having already collected September’s manager of the month prize. Villa won both their WSL games in November, beating both Liverpool and Reading. The Midlands club now face a difficult test this weekend when they visit Manchester United at Old Trafford. Villa currently sit fifth in the table, just three points behind Manchester City in fourth. Emma Hayes returned to the dugout last month after a six-week absence following emergency surgery. She was back for her side’s huge game against Tottenham at Stamford Bridge and watched them comfortably beat their rivals 3-0. Johanna Rytting Kaneryd and Emma Hayes, manager of Chelsea, interact following the FA Women’s Super League match between against Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge on November 20, 2022 ( Image: Photo by Harriet Lander – Chelsea FC/Chelsea FC via Getty Images) Hayes is up for the award alongside stand-in coach Denise Reddy, after they guided the Blues to two big wins, including a comfortable 3-1 victory away at Manchester United. Chelsea currently claim top spot in the table, having played a game more than Arsenal and United. The London club are away at Leicester City this weekend and will hope to maintain their unbeaten run, having only lost on just one occasion this season in their opening game against Liverpool back in September. Supporters can cast their votes for who they think is deserving of the prize here . Read more Women’s Football top stories

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