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Alex Scott has made waves in the sports media since she hung up her football boots. The former Arsenal women’s captain won everything there is to be won in domestic football and played a key role in the historic “quadruple” season. She started her media career while she was still acting and made it her full-time career three years ago when she retired. Since then, she has starred in Strictly, is Sports Personality of the Year, has made regular guest appearances on The One Show, and has replaced Dan Walker as the presenter of Football Focus.

Her footballing expertise is of remarkable benefit to her as an expert and became the first female football expert at a World Cup for the BBC.

Last night she will be demonstrating her soccer skills at Edgeley Park in Stockport County.

The National League team received the Bolton Wanderers from League One tonight in a lively FA Cup first round replay.

With the live coverage on BBC Two, the non-league hosts fell behind early before the game ended 3-3 in the 90 minutes.

Stockport took control in overtime, scoring once per half, causing excitement in the stands and an invasion of the field as they knocked out their local rivals.

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Alex Scott’s failed date with Sam Robertson: “Not a good start!” (Image: GETTY)

Alex Scott

Alex Scott has become one of the stars of British broadcasting. (Image: GETTY)

Outside of the television world, Scott started her dating life.

She has generally kept her personal life out of the public eye and is currently considered single.

The Sun revealed last September that Scott was dating Coronation Street crush Sam Robertson, who plays Adam Barlow.

They enjoyed a candlelit dinner in the chic Dean Street Townhouse in Soho, London.

However, when speaking to the newspaper’s Fabulous magazine a few months later, she admitted that things were not going according to plan.

Alex Scott with Gabby Logan recently.

Alex Scott with Gabby Logan recently. (Image: GETTY)

She said, “I never seem to be very lucky on dates.

“My only date in ages was going out with Sam [Robertson], who is beautiful.”

But it didn’t quite go according to plan.

She continued, “The next morning our pictures were all over the press because someone had taken a picture in the restaurant.

“That wasn’t a great start!”

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Sam Robertson

Sam Robertson plays Adam Barlow on Coronation Street. (Image: ITV)

She told Fabulous earlier this year that she turned to dating apps during the lockdown, but said she found it “unnatural”.

She added, “I didn’t really dare to go ahead.”

However, since then she has given up the apps and admitted that she would rather find someone organically.

She also admitted that she is in no rush to find someone.

Just before appearing as one of the BBC’s lead presenters at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics this summer, she gave an interview to the Sunday Times.

Alex Scott

Scott presented Stockport against Bolton in the FA Cup on Wednesday evening. (Image: GETTY)

She said she was “single and ready to mingle,” but dating apps are just not for her.

The former footballer said: “If someone can come into my life who compliments it, then it’s great, but I’m not a person who needs to be with someone.”

It’s a message that she has always kept, and that she repeated in the previous interview with Fabulous: “My life has always been independent of making sure you can take care of yourself and never want to feel like someone is looking at you can go and take anything away from you. “

Her well-informed, insightful expertise and style of presentation have earned her an excellent reputation as one of the brightest talents in British broadcasting.

Even when Lord Digby Jones criticized her coverage of the Olympics for “a noticeable inability to pronounce her” g “at the end of a word,” she took it easy.

She used her introductory line in the evening program to nicely reprimand the complaints.

In the least subtle way she opened: “Evenin ‘! So far we’ve run, ridden, shot, scored, swum and putted, but we still have a lot of gold to discover. “

After she had consolidated her status as one of the best British broadcasters with the funny line, she let the sport do the talking from then on.

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