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By Radhika Sanghani. It's hard to ignore England's obsession with WAGs. Every time the World Cup rolls around, the media and the public can't get enough of our footballers' wives and girlfriends, with their glamorous outfits, manicured talons and coiffed manes. But it really went mainstream during the World Cup, and at every tournament since, WAG-watching has basically become a spectator sport. Some of them are single, and some of them have girlfriends or wives. This is something that football has not traditionally been open to - in the men's game anyway. There are hardly any openly gay male footballers at international level, and it was only last year that a Premier League footballer came out as gay for the first time. Before him, the most high profile footballer to come out in Britain was Justin Fashanu, who suffered years of homophobic abuse before he took his own life in , at the age of Thomas Hitzlsperger came out last year Getty images.
Getting a result. Their relationship was stormy yet very strong even though Tanya knew of Jason's extramarital flings. He slept with his team-mate Ian Walmsley's young sister-in-law, Marie Minshall, who was Jason's biggest fan. He considered leaving Tanya for her after several bust-ups, but came to his senses and dumped the girl he used for sex. In episode one, Jason Turner and wife Tanya discovered that the club's chairman, Frank Laslett , had lied to them and secretly signed Italian striker Salvatore Biagi , whom he planned to replace Jason as captain. Tanya lost her temper and attacked Frank after the event, causing him to tumble and hit his head on the side of his car, putting him in a coma.
Bruno and Lucy are horrified to discover Amber knows Bruno shot Conrad and that she has evidence to prove it in her meditation chamber - what if she goes to the police? Meanwhile, Amber is convinced that she has Bruno so confused that he's on the verge of committing suicide and she's delighted she may have finally won. But just when it seems that she has him on the ropes, Lucy phones and begs for him to come over because Angelica is unwell. However, the illness is a ruse. Lucy is clued up to Amber's game and doesn't waste any time in informing him of the true extent of the danger they are both in. Predictably, Bruno hits the roof, but Lucy manages to reason with him - he'll have to play along until they find a way to destroy the evidence in the meditation chamber. But Bruno has a simple solution, as Amber discovers when she wakes in the middle of the night to find the place ablaze.