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Old 24-04-2013, 15:29
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No wonder she gets on with Alan Sugar who chose someone to be the Apprentice who dropped out of a course and lied about it on his CV.

Having seen her on Piers Morgan, could anyone be as smug as her about her career, which she left out being interviewed by the police. She also worked for porno kings in her early career and while she doesn't deny this, they were the ones who gave her the football management positions in the first place. She was very fortunate to have it given to her on a plate. She didn't come from nothing, her family had connections which helped her get started.

I don't think she was smug, I really enjoyed the interview. At least she didn't turn on the tears like most of Piers's guests have.

Working for porno kings? So do the players and staff of every football club David Sullivan and David Gold have been involved with then. Shall we say the same about Sam Allardyce and Andy Carroll?

Whether you think the job was 'given to her on a plate' or not, she was a pioneer when it came to women being accepted in the football world. It takes a lot of courage to do that, and I applaud Brady for it.
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