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9 ( ANI ): Brazil Football World Cup prepares for the return of the WAGs of English footballers since the manager Roy Hodgson has lifted the 2006 ban on wives and girlfriends.
WE'RE used to hearing all about the antics of footballers' wives and girlfriends so it makes a change when the golfing WAGs swing into the spotlight.
The Holland and Italy players have also been told they can't have their wives and girlfriends at next summer's finals.
Most wives and girlfriends tell their men what to buy: 61% of husbands and 54% of boyfriends say they are told what they buy for the holidays.
The former Face of Queensland Origin and Ralph pin-up girl, 25, is one of five wives and girlfriends (WAGS) of some of Australia's most famous sportsmen who are putting their lives on display in the new reality series 'WAG Nation,' the Courier Mail reported.
The 38-year-old with 109 caps - now one of the team's backroom staff - said allowing Posh and other Wives And Girlfriends to be with their men during the tournament would prove England's downfall.
So it's time to change the WAGs' title from Wives And Girlfriends to Sisters, Liggers And Girlfriends.
They all get together with their wives and girlfriends for dinner a few times a year, and always send out birthday and anniversary cards to each other's spouses.