According Razz Newspaper which comes out every Wednesday, this year’s World Cup in Brazil may also be about the WAGS—as the wives of several Ghanaian footballers may make it to the tournament.
With on-going debate about whether the FA should give a green-light for the wives of our footballers to be present and support, the Newspaper has compiled a list of possible WAGS we may see out there should the go ahead be given.
Check out Razz’s compilation below and don’t forget to grab a copy of the paper…
Just a few weeks to the much-anticipated FIFA World Cup in Brazil, it was expected that the talk would focus on how prepared the national team, Black Stars are, as they face fierce competition in a group regarded as the group of death; instead, the debate has hinged on whether it is appropriate for the players to take their wives to their camp.
Well, some of the players are married and if the green light is given; their wives will be in Brazil. Others are divorced and if they make the cut, we wonder who they will present in camp as their companions. For other players, they are unmarried and have not publicly declared who their girlfriends are, so it will be tricky on who they take to camp as their girlfriends.
Razz Newspaper has compiled the list of footballers wives, not girlfriends, legally-wedded wives who may take part in the Mundial come June-July 2014;
Abena & Kwadjo Asamoah
The utility player for the Black Stars is married to Abena Asamoah and the couple has a cute baby boy, Jason. If approval is granted, Abena will surely be in Brazil, cheering his husband on and off the pitch.
Omega & Samuel Inkoom
Samuel Inkoom’s wife loves the cameras as she doesn’t miss the chance to splatter her photos on instagram and she won’t miss the opportunity to go to Brazil if authorization is given. Omega and Samuel Inkoom have three adorable kids,– Samuelina, Samuel Jnr and newly born Shawne.
Menaye & Sulley Muntari
The former beauty queen will represent large with her ‘swaggalicious’ self if GFA gives the nod. She will surely leave her commendable philanthropic work and join her husband, Sulley, at the Black Stars base in Brazil in June.
Roberta & Harrison Afful
The Esperance player might have got some foresight that wives may be allowed into the camp so, he married his wife Roberta quite recently. Roberta will also not miss the opportunity to see Afful before and after each crucial game in Brazil.
Aisha & Derek Boateng
It’s been a tough season for Derek Boateng; the man has barely kicked a ball since being signed by Fulham and that may hamper his chances of getting a call-up for Brazil. But hey, anything can happen – players get injured and others get the opportunity so you never know. Derek could get in and Aisha will represent.
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