footballer mum is facing possible prison time after being busted in an airport drugs sting. Faye Dunn, 38, was nicked at Manchester Airport on June 13 during an investigation into the EncroChat messaging network dubbed Operation Venetic.
The Liverpool mum - who once played for England under-19s and had a lasting club career - pleaded guilty to conspiracy to supply cannabis. READ MORE: 'Twisted Soham murderer Ian Huntley locked me in a room when I was 11 and demanded sex'A hearing at Liverpool Crown Court last month also saw her plead guilty to one count of concealing criminal property.
Senior police officers have described Operation Venetic as "unprecedented" with so-called "untouchable" criminals now facing long prison sentences, reports the Liverpool Echo.Dunn was released on bail following her hearing.The Liverpool Echo has discovered that she was a footballer and helped England qualify for the semi-finals of the UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship.Dunn, who scored just six minutes into the quarter-final against Switzerland, also scored in a group game against Denmark.Dunn played at club level with Tranmere Rovers.Read more on dailystar.co.uk