So who was Iron supporter who caught the eye of our Amanda?
A football supporter's search for love has become the talk of Iron fans after an appeal in the Scunthorpe Telegraph.
The woman, who only wants to be known as Amanda, placed an advert on the front page of the newspaper after meeting the mystery man following Scunthorpe United's fixture at Huddersfield Town.
She asked for the man, who was with his "fireman friend" in the West Yorkshire town's Revolution bar after the game, to get in touch.
As the Telegraph went to press, Amanda was still waiting for her dream man to contact her.
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But her search has proved a big talking point among United supporters.
Graham Godson, chairman of the Scunthorpe United Official Supporters' Club, said he had known people meet old friends at away games before.
But he was unaware of anyone meeting their partner by chance at a match.
He said: "We have seen people meet by coincidence at away games before, people who haven't seen each other for years or were at school or college together.
"At away trips, you do come across people you haven't seen for 25 years."
Mr Godson said he was also unaware of anybody using their local newspaper in a bid to find love after a football-related encounter.
He said: "I don't think I have seen this before, but it has probably happened somewhere.
"The only problem will be if the man is married with a couple of kids."
Doug Parker, treasurer of the Winterton Iron supporters' group, said he was "amazed" to see the advert.
He said: "We were talking in the pub about the possible circumstances of why anyone would have left that message.
"It was very unusual, but I have no idea who the man might be.
"We had a bus to the game with the Winterton Iron but we all came home straight afterwards, so it wasn't any of our crew.
"We were talking about it at the game against Bournemouth on Saturday and it is unbelievable."
Steve King, chairman of the Huddersfield Town Supporters' Association, said: "The club had one person propose to somebody on the field before a game on Valentine's Day once but I have never, ever seen anything like this.
"Obviously, we live very sheltered lives in Huddersfield."
Amanda's determination to find her man has caused a buzz online, with people from Aberdeen to Stoke-on-Trent taking to social networking site Twitter to have their say.
And the advert led senior figures in the newspaper industry to comment on her front page quest for love.
David Higgerson, head of multimedia for Trinity Mirror Regionals, wrote on his blog: "As determined efforts to follow up a chance encounter go, it's right up there with hiring a plane and flying a message over Scunthorpe's ground at their next home game."
Peter Sands, a former newspaper editor who has re-designed 80 newspapers and magazines, added: "Who is Amanda? Is she pregnant? We need to know!
"One thing is certain about her though – she knows how effective advertising in your local paper can be. Good for her."