Did this England football song inspire Michelle Marsh to become a WAG

Michelle Marsh was in the music video for England football song Come on England from 2004, and coincidentally ended up becoming a WAG.

The former Page 3 model was once a regular feature in newspapers and magazines (as well as teenagers walls), but is now 33 years-old and quit the modelling industry to be a mother to her children.

She is now married to lower league footballer Will Haining, who proposed to her on Valentines Day in 2005, but she has come back into my thoughts for her music video from the year before.

Which WAGs would you like to see Deal to You?

Alice Goodwin
OK, so we all know footballers’ wives and girlfriends are some of the best looking women in the world, but, sadly, we rarely get to see the game’s finest females bare all when they’re on the touchline. However, for those of you interested in the online gaming world, you’ll know that if you’re looking for topless women that you can see live now, then Topless Casino is the place to go.

 

Abbey Clancy worried about new “wannabe WAGs” TV show

Chloe Cummings
One of England’s best known Footballers WAGs, Abbey Clancy, is reportedly worried about the effect that the new upcoming TV show “Desperate Scousewives” will show the whole WAG culture in a bad light, especially in Liverpool where, allegedly, every young girl’s highest aspiration is to marry a footballer!

One of her biggest worries is that her cousin Chloe Cummings is going to be in the show, and the “embarrassment factor” could reflect badly on her family. But the 20 year-old Chloe is already a successful model and will be using the exposure on TV to further her own burgeoning career.

Larissa Riquelme video collection

Paraguay’s biggest fan (in more ways than one!) is the gorgeous glamour model Larissa Riquelme, and of course she is in Argentina cheering on her favourite team in the Copa America.

She has promised to walk naked through the capital city of Anuncion if Paraguay win the competition, and amazingly they are now just one game away from lifting the trophy.

Amazingly if it is a draw at 90 minutes and Paraguay go on to win it, then Larissa’s team will become the first ever to win a trophy without winning any game in the regulation 90 minutes!