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Alex Scott to Made UK TV History by Becoming First Black Female Studio Pundit on Sky Sports Super Sunday

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Alex Scott to Made UK TV History by Becoming First Black Female Studio Pundit on Sky Sports Super Sunday

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The former England right-back will be part of the Super Sunday team alongside Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher as Liverpool head to West Ham before Arsenal face champions Manchester City

FORMER footballer Alex Scott is set to make history by becoming Sky Sports’ first female pundit.

The former England, Arsenal and Boston Breakers right-back ended her playing career at the end of last season.

 Alex Scott excelled as a pundit at the World Cup with the BBC

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Alex Scott excelled as a pundit at the World Cup with the BBC
 Scott is set to add Sky Sports to her list of punditry gigs after starring for BBC Sport in the studio at this summer's World Cup

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Scott added Sky Sports to her list of punditry gigs after starring for BBC Sport in the studio at this summer’s World Cup
 Scott clocked up 140 caps for the Lionesses during her 16-year career

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Scott clocked up 140 caps for the Lionesses during her 16-year career

And Scott, 33, clocked up 140 caps for the Lionesses during her 16-year career, while clinching five Women’s Premier League titles, seven women’s FA Cups and the Women’s Champions League.

She was part of the BBC’s punditry team at the World Cup in Russia earlier this summer and has been well received for her work.

Scott was part of Sky’s punditry team for Super Sunday alongside Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher as West Ham welcome Liverpool to the London Stadium 1.30pm.

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