England’s footie team banned from sex until Euro 2012 opener win
Three Lions chiefs have vowed to lift a sex ban as long as Roy Hodgson’s team win their Euro 2012 opener.
“If the team beat France, the players can look forward to a night of passion with their partners,” the Daily Star quoted a source as saying.
The FA has block-booked accommodation for the WAGs in Krakow, Poland, close to their fellas’ base at the city’s Stary hotel.
Under Hodgson’s brief reign, the strict rules regarding WAGs, imposed by previous England manager Fabio Capello, have already been relaxed.
He has insisted that the tournament “shouldn’t be a hindrance” on the lives of his stars, including captain Steven Gerrard and Wayne Rooney.
Wayne’s missus Coleen, Gerrard’s wife Alex Curran, and fiancee of winger Theo Walcott, Melanie Slade, are current England WAGs.
Hodgson and his team made the two-hour flight from their Krakow base to Donetsk in neighbouring Ukraine.
The wives and girlfriends are expected to fly in on a private jet to hook up with their men.(ANI)