Q: What started your passion for football?
A: I used to go to a drama school as a young child. My dad was always heavily into football and one day I woke up and decided I wanted to play football like he did. So I quit drama school for football when I was nine.Q:Most memorable memory associated with Spurs Ladies so far?
A: Winning the league at White Hart Lane and winning the play-off were both memories I will never forget. It was an incredible feeling and one I think anything will struggle to compare to. To achieve what we did with a team you consider as your family made it a bit more special.Q: Other than football, which sport is your favourite/you are best at?
A: I would probably have to say athletics. I used to throw the discus as a teenager and was in the top 5 in the country for a few years. I even competed for England once.Q: Who was your role model growing up as a child and in present day?
A: My role model growing up would have to be John Terry. As a centre back and England Captain, I’ve always looked up to him and aspired to play like him.
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