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Women's footballers bow out

Great Britain's women's football team were unable to hitch themselves to the back of a bicycle-led gold rush as they crashed out of the Olympics...

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Dieke to have scan on knee injury

Great Britain defender Ifeoma Dieke is to undergo a scan on the knee injury she suffered in the 3-0 win over Cameroon, women's football coach Ho...

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GB women's football claim Cameroon win

Great Britain's women's football team booked their place in the Olympic quarter-finals with a routine 3-0 victory over Cameroon at the Millenniu...

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Scott positive after draw

Midfielder Jill Scott emerged from Team GB's final warm-up football game against Sweden confident there is more to come before their Olympic cam...

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Squad of 18 women’s footballers selected for Team GB

The British Olympic Association (BOA) has announced today the 18 players that will represent Team GB in women’s football at the London 2...

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Biography

One of England’s stand-out performers at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2011, Jill Scott earned plenty of plaudits for her performances in midfield.

In Germany, Scott equalised for England against New Zealand and was named player of the match for her showing against Japan before firing home the opening goal of the quarter-final against France.

Nicknamed ‘Crouchy’, Scott made her England debut aged 19 while at club level, she won the 2008 FA Women’s Premier League Cup and the 2010 Women’s FA Cup with Everton.