Alex Scott has credibility

Women Talking Soccer on TV is Way Offside!

Recently more & more women pundits? are coming into the pre, during & post game chat on TV with many men Football fans furious. Furious having to listen to women talk the game normally talked by X EPL pro players, men with EPL history & credibility!

Now I understand where the men's stance is coming from as for decades they were entertained by retired greats of the game not a woman in sight, very traditional and men only.

Also remember for years these men were entertained by the same cast of TV names for years thus giving it the whole soap opera effect but man style no girls again, heaven!

I have seen online abuse directed to women pundits and the attacks are seen as sexist. The online abuse is not sexist but it's simpler than that. It's tradition for Football to be talked by men & that is their gripe 🙂

Another gripe: Women do not have a league to a standard which gives them credibility to talk Football to the main audience, men. The audience have been  schooled for decades by men pundits who ruled the game when they played thus it gives it real credibility to talk any angle of the game with conviction. Those fans feed off that knowledge & playing history to complete their enjoyment, anything less will not do it. I personally would advise producers to drop the sister act with all women pundits on TV with the exception of Alex Scott woman Soccer pundit!

She represented England & Arsenal FC women's teams at an extreme level:

 

Arsenal

  • FA Women's Premier League: 2003–04, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2008–09
  • FA WSL: 2012   FA WSL Cup: 2012, 2013, 2015
  • Women's FA Cup: 2003–04, 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08, 2012–13, 2013–14, 2015–16
  • UEFA Women's Champions League: 2006–07
  • FA Women's Community Shield: 2006, 2008
  • FA Women's Premier League Cup: 2006–07 2008–09

England Cyprus Cup: 2009, 2013, 2015

 

NOW, I can personally understand many men with the attitude towards women anchors but sometimes even the hardliners will bend  with time. BUT only if the woman explaining intricate football tactics knows exactly what she's saying, any sign of uncertainty will seal her doom quicker than lightning!

Also the woman entertaining the mainly man audience needs game cred to get her acceptance from the dubious crowd watching........... With time those men see more of a certain woman pundit & player from the women's game giving respect but it takes time.

In my humble opinion: I have heard Alex Scott talk for a while now & she's shared the floor with all the big pundits from the Prem on TV. When she started she was nervous but never broke or crackled in speech holding it calmly, passionately together delivering great tactical analysis at any stage of the game. She has a panache for Football like no other women pundit world wide and I say she deserves to be there. Her game knowledge and tactical understanding is well above her years not to mention she has a great delivery style which captivates.

Any Football man will eventually succumb to her brains for the game as she is the Real Deal and the only one in TV!  She's the Goddess of Punditry

Another point which will help cement Alex into a household name in England is the pending 2019 Women's Fifa World Cup in France which she must host or anchor.

I tell ya fellas sit down, shut up and listen to Alex for a couple of games and you will see her wisdom of this beautiful game delivered by a woman who could go toe to toe with Souness, Rednapp or any of them and she'd hold her own No Problem 🙂

I personally wish her all the very best as she rises to the top and I do enjoy her thoughts on the game during LIVE TV, yes peeps she's on LIVE no time to screw up & fix it just like me.

Alex you are the only woman on Football TV that can talk it with men and be respected, You've got Game & You got Talent!

Soccersteve Canadian  Soccer Media 2004

Sheffield United funded by Osama bin Laden's family!
Captain Billy Sharp celebrates the win that effectively promoted Sheffield United back to the Premier League
Captain Billy Sharp celebrates the win that promoted Sheffield United back to the Premier League

Sheffield United Football Club was funded by a ÂŁ3million loan from Osama bin Laden's family, a court has heard.

A High Court judge is currently analysing a battle for control of the club between co-owners Kevin McCabe and Prince Abdullah Bin Mosaad Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, who is a member of the Saudi royal family.

On the fourth day of the hearing a sensational revelation was read out in court, seemingly linking the newly-promoted Premier League club to relatives of the former Al Qaeda leader.

It relates to an investment opportunity within the club which became known as Project Delta - a ÂŁ3million loan that McCabe said would never have to be repaid.

In court on Wednesday, McCabe and Abdullah argued about whether or not the money would have to be paid back, with the Saudi prince insisting it would have been paid back through sponsorship.

But on Thursday, Barrister Andreas Gledhill QC, who is leading Abdullah's legal team, said McCabe "knew the money had come from another source, namely a member of the Bin Laden family," according to the Sheffield Star.

The court heard of emails in which McCabe's colleague at a property business Jeremy Tutton mentions that he would hate the headline in the Sheffield Star to be "Blades launder money for extremists".

Kevin McCabe (left) Sheffield United co-owner and chairman Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud 
Kevin McCabe (left) Sheffield United owner/chairman Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud

Mr Tutton was also added to the board of directors at Sheffield United in 2017.

McCabe dismissed this as "banter", but Mr Gledhill told the court the email confirms that the co-owner knew where the money was coming from.

Mr Justice Fancourt began to oversee the trial in the High Court in London on Monday, but went into private session on Tuesday, after hearing lawyers representing rival camps outline their cases, and ordered members of the public and journalists to leave the courtroom.

Soccersteve Canadian  Soccer Media 2004

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