Ella Toone


An unpredictable winger who is a nightmare for opposition defenders.

Toone felt she had unfinished business at United, having spent seven years with the club’s youth teams. She returned to the Reds via Blackburn and Manchester City, the latter of whom handed her a first-team debut in July 2016. Able to play anywhere in the United frontline, Toone is an explosive forward with a real eye for goal.

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Alex Greenwood gives Ella Toone a piggyback.

Alex and Ella answer fans' questions Article

Alex Greenwood and Ella Toone took over the FA Women's Championship Twitter account this week.

Manchester United Women celebrate a goal during the 6-1 win over Leicester City at Leigh Sports Village

United Women 6 Leicester Women 1 Article

The Reds close the gap at the top of the table with another comprehensive win over the Foxes.

Alex Greenwood in action for United Women.

'It's time to stamp our authority' Article

In her latest programme column, United Women captain Alex Greenwood previews the Reds' return to action today.

Alex Greenwood and Ella Toone celebrate.
Alex Greenwood says

"Ella plays football with a freedom and flair that's a real asset to our squad... she can be whatever she wants to be in the game."

Ella Toone.

'Every game's massive if we want to win the title' Article

MU Women's no.7 Ella Toone on returning to the Reds, her love for the fans and the team's vital fixtures ahead.

United Women celebrate scoring a goal at Sheffield United.

Sheffield United 0 United Women 4 Article

Casey Stoney's Reds seal a third straight win without conceding to consolidate second spot in the Women's Championship.

United Women celebrate scoring a goal at Leicester City Women.

Women: Leicester City 0 United 7 Article

Ella Toone scores four to help Casey Stoney's side move up to second in the FA Women's Championship with a dominant win.

MU Women celebrate the second goal against Lewes

Lewes Women 0 United Women 2 Article

Casey Stoney's side pick up a fifth consecutive win thanks to second-half goals by Mollie Green and Ella Toone.

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