Susan Jane Smith – born 24 November 1979 – is an English international footballer who last played for Doncaster Rovers Belles and England.
She is an experienced left–sided winger or forward.
In 2000, Smith and her Tranmere teammates featured in a television advert for Daz washing powder alongside Julian Clary.
Smith was later a regular contributor to the Yorkshire Evening Post’s women’s football section, and also offered her views and commentary skills for BBC sport.
Most recently Smith appeared alongside Manchester United’s Wayne Rooney in his three-part Sky1 show ‘Street Striker’.
In July 2009 Smith was awarded an honorary degree by Edge Hill University. In November 2010 she opened Chipping Sodbury Secondary School’s sports centre.
She has also appeared as a co-presenter on EFL on Quest, an EFL highlights show on Quest.
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