The WAGs are sneaking in despite Capello’s ban
Does Capello have any ounce of gravitas with his rules and regulations he has set during the World Cup?
What with the terrible display against Algeria a few days ago it now also seems that the WAGs have started making their way into the camp – against his express rules.
Glen Johnson’s wife Laura was in the crowd at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town two nights ago together with their baby, although both looked bored by the end of the match.
Glen Johnson’s wife is not the first WAG to sneak into South Africa under the nose of the strict England manager Fabio. Emil Heskey’s girlfriend Chantelle Tagoe didn’t waste time getting to South Africa before the tournament had even began, flying with Heskey’s parents.
Word in the Wag world is that even the ladies who have listened to Capello are now thinking about traveling out to support their footballing loved ones.
Coleen Rooney held a backyard barbeque last weekend when England drew 1-1 with USA and who then hinted she might be thinking of traveling out sooner rather than later.
It might be just the thing Wayne needs to focus his mind and start playing as we all know he can. After his snappy remarks back at fans following the draw with Algeria it seems that Fabio’s ban on WAGS, booze and video games might not be to the benefit that he planned them for.
John Terry’s wife Toni Poole has said she plans to fly out if England reach the quarter-finals, and captain Steven Gerrard’s wife Alex Curran will attend the semi-finals if England are playing.
Peter Crouch’s partner Abbey Clancy has said she will travel if the team contest the final.
World Cup Wags say bring on the WAGs.. It’s obviously what the boys need..