Sally Nugent Biography
This is what you need to know about Sally Nugent is an English journalist and newsreader for BBC News. Her first media job was at BBC Radio Merseyside, before going on to BBC North West Tonight to report and read sports news.
Sally Nugent Age
Nugent was born on August 5th 1971 in Birkenhead, UK. She is currently 49 years old as of 2020. Nugent celebrates her birthday on August 5th of every year.
Sally Nugent Height
Nugent is a woman of average stature and shape she stands at a height of 1.75 meters tall.
Sally Nugent Family
Nugent was born to a father who was a rugby player and her mother was a tennis player. She has a brother who often plays rugby with his father.
Sally Nugent Husband
Nugent has kept matters concerning her love life private from the public eye. It is unknown if she is married or dating someone. We will update this information once it is available.
Sally Nugent Salary
Nugent earns an annual salary of $ 300,000 dollars.
Sally Nugent Net worth
Nugent has an estimated net worth ranging between $ 1 million -$ 5 million dollars.
Sally Nugent Education
Nugent was studied at Upton Hall School FCJ She later attended the University of Huddersfield with a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Arts and French.
Sally Nugent BBC
Her first media job was at BBC Radio Merseyside, before going on to BBC North West Tonight to report and read sports news. She began her career as a sports reporter for BBC News in 2003, appearing on national bulletins before moving on to the BBC News Channel as a sports news presenter. She then went to Germany for the 2006 World Cup and returned to lead Sportsday from there. Nugent later worked as a television and radio news correspondent, as well as a relief presenter on the BBC News Channel.
Nugent moved to a provincial television newsroom, where she was requested to fill in for a six-week period when their sports presenter took a break. She stayed for two years there. During that time, she traveled around Europe with Liverpool as they competed in the UEFA Cup, which they won in 2001. After extra time and a golden own goal, Liverpool defeated Alaves 5-4 in the final!
Nugent broadcasted live from Manchester, England, during the 2002 Commonwealth Games. She seen the impact a major athletic event can have on a community and its residents. Sally feels that when the Olympics come to London, it will benefit in a similar way. Nugent then transitioned to national news, where he covered a number of major athletic events, including two FIFA World Cups in Germany and South Africa. Nugentchose to look for a place in the globe where football was making a significant difference in people’s lives after the World Cup in South Africa. Iraq was the location. Despite wars, bombings, and significant religious divides, the Iraqi national football team continues to play.
Sally Nugent Social Media
Thankyou to everyone who worked so hard to make this film possible.
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— Sally Nugent (@sallynugent) December 21, 2020