Jill Scott is a highly accomplished English woman footballer who currently plays for Manchester City Ladies and the England national team as a midfielder.
Since leaving her home town club Sunderland for Everton in 2006, she contributed to the Blues' FA Women's Premier League Cup win in 2008 and FA Women's Cup victory in 2010. On an individual level Jill was voted 2008 FA
Players' Player of the Year and 2011 FA International Player of the Year. In 2013 Jill signed with Manchester City, this move proved a great success as she played her part in securing the Continental Cup Trophy in 2014, the FA CUP and the Super League title in 2016.
She has in excess of 130 senior caps, scored 21 goals, and has helped England to qualify for 2019 world cup. She has played in three world cups to date and also the Olympics in 2012 along with three European championships and the Champions League.
A FIFA technical report into the 2011 Women's World Cup described Scott as one of England's most outstanding players; "energetic, ball-winning midfielder who organises the team well, works hard at both ends of the pitch and can change her team's angle of attack." Jill made the 2011 world cup ‘World Squad’ for the best players at the tournament.
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