English Premier League’s most famous WAGs – season 2018-2019

English Premierleague’s most famous WAGs

The excitement of the new season is already here, the wait will be almost over, and we will be able to watch our favourite football club’s week in and week out in the new season. No matter whether you are happy with your club transfer dealing or not, you still will be hoping them to have a successful season. Before turning our attention on transfers, possible formations and style of plays though, we have a very eye-catching and pleasant subject for you – the footballers better halves.

The term WAG (women and girlfriend) was invented during England’s campaign in 2004 European championships in Switzerland and Austria. With the likes of Coleen Rooney, Alex Gerrard, Abbey Clancey, Cheryl Cole and co. Flared the fashion boutiques in Geneva and Vienna and the whole world turned their eyes on them. While their better halves starred, the Three Lions failed to deliver a major trophy yet again and disappointed their fans. The so-called Golden generation didn’t have any significant impact on the football field, but the media switched the attention to stands and focused on the glamorous, gorgeous ladies supporting their husbands or partners on the field.


So, who to look out for during 2019-2019 Premierleague season? We count down the top 10.

10. Annie Kilner – Kyle Walker

The former Tottenham right-back made a big-money to Manchester City and won the league last term with the Citizens. Born in Sheffield, Kyle Walker made his breakthrough in Sheffield United before moving to Spurs. Annie Kilner, 25, and Kyle Walker, 28, have been dating since they were both teenagers. The adorable couple has often commented on their strong relationship and the importance of family – both on social media and in the press. Annie and Kyle have three sons together: Roman, 6, Riaan, 2, and Reign, nine months. The couple is also expecting a new arrival later this year.

Annie Kilner - Kyle Walker


9. Sam Cooke – Chris Smalling

The United centre-back and the former glamour model Sam Cooke are dating for a couple of years, and we can see why. Sam shot to fame came as a glamour model in the lads’ magazines such asFRONT, Maxim, FHM, Zoo, Loaded and Nuts.

sam cooke


8. Daniella Semaan – Cesc Fabregas

The Chelsea playmaker is yet to cement his place in Maurizio Sarri’s first-team plans, but regarding partnering – he tied the know with Daniella Semaan back in May 2018 before his World Cup snub. Daniella is 12 years older than the Spaniard, and the glamorous divorcee had been dating the Chelsea star for seven years. She is a Lebanese-born mother of five, Daniella and Cesc began their love affair in 2011, and since then they’ve had three children.

daniella seemaan


7. Fern Hawkings – Harry Maguire

Harry Maguire has gone from an unknown player to a important part of England squad during the World Cup, cementing his national treasure status with a thumping header against Sweden. The Leicester defender was subject to large interest from Jose Mourinho but remained at Wes Midlands. Fern Hawkins is Harry Maguire’s fiancée and has a Bachelor’s degree in science and physiotherapy, graduating with First Class Honours in 2017. Like Harry, she’s from Sheffield, and the couple has been dating for just over seven years after getting together on June 19, 2011.

fern hawkings


6. Katie Goodland – Harry Kane

Katie just recently gave birth to the couple second child, but she looks rather stunning. Katie Goodland is a fitness instructor who has dated the England striker from 2013. She is a sports science graduate who is said to find her fiancé’s fame a little “crazy” as the Spurs striker continue to score goals for fun in the Premierleague. They met on a footballing camp in London and even have a picture of David Beckham together. Strange, isn’t it?

harry kane


5. Edurne Garcia – David De Gea

Edurne is a big star in Spain being an actress and TV presenter; she also features on the pane Spain’s Got Talent reality TV show. She rose to fame in late 2005 when she took part in the Spanish talent show, Operacion Triunfo. The blonde also represented Spain in the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with the song Amanecer. She often sparks rumours of David returning to Madrid, but who could blame him if he wants to be more often with his partner?



4. Alexandra Ivarsdottir – Gylfi Sigurdsson

The Iceland playmaker made a big-money move from Swansea to Everton and rose to fame during the Euro 2016 where Iceland shocked the world. The Everton man got a jackpot off the field too. The small country gave us Bjork and the volcano ashes, she even won Miss Iceland in 2008 and finished in the semi-finals in a Miss World Sports competition. It is a classic school romance – as they grew up in Reykjavik together.

Alexandra Ivarsdottir - Gylfi


3. Amine Gulse – Mesut Ozil

The German playmaker had hot time during the World Cup and sparked a big debate back home when he retired from International football. Arsenal’s number 10 is from Turkish dissident and his partner is a former Miss Turkey. Amine, 25, is famous in her own right as a Swedish-Turkish actress and model. The brunette was crowned Miss World Turkey 2014 and represented her country at the Miss World 2014 pageant. She has also starred in the likes of Turkish television series. It is believed Mesut’s fiancee is based in Istanbul, Turkey for work purposes. Mesut, 29, is supposed to have first met the brunette beauty queen in 2014.

amine gulse


2. Mayte Rodriguez – Alexis Sanchez

Sanchez and Rodriguez first went public with their relationship after the Confederations Cup as the striker shared photos of their helicopter trip to his 6.6M Instagram followers. She is a TV actress and moved to Manchester to be close to his sweetheart.



1. Ruby Mae – Dele Alli

In true footballer fashion, the Tottenham midfielder’s girlfriend is a well-known model, having shot with several high-profile fashion brands.

The model is also an Instagram star, regularly updating her account with snaps of herself and beau Dele. She is also an avid dog-lover and has a black miniature poodle called Dougie, who regularly features in her snaps. Mae is signed to Manchester-based Boss Model Management and has worked for several well-known brands such as Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Hidden Fashion and The Couture Club.

ruby mae


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FIFA World Cup 2018: What we’ve learned

After witnessing one of the greatest World Cups ever, the WhaleBets team will focus on the main things, which happened in Russia and blew us all away. Was France “golden boys” were the deserved winners and did we saw the making of one of the greatest national sides in Deschamps’ team? Croatia stole the hearts of the neutrals, England failed to bring home the trophy yet again, this time around they’ve made their fans proud and not disappointed as the previous generation, Germany failed massively, and Leo Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo didn’t have any significant impact outside of their groups. This plus many other major talking points. Let take a look.


World Cup in numbers

169 – goals scored, 45 out of which were scored in the knockout stages

9 – minutes in which France trailed only for 9 minutes during the entire World Cup campaign, where Argentina took the lead in the Round of 16.

12 – most goals scored by players from the same club – Tottenham and Paris Saint-Germain.

4 – the number of red cards shown on the finals. The first tournament after 1986 in which the red cards are not double figures


Biggest winners

1. France – obviously when they won the Cup, they must be right on the list. Didier Deschamps’ side was one of the favourites to get the trophy but started slowly in their group matches. First game against Australia they didn’t perform that well and had to rely on a penalty and an own goal to win. Attacking display against Peru and Denmark was not good enough either. Then the knockout stages unveiled a great French side. Pavard, Mbappe, Pogba and Kante impressed, defensively Umtiti and Varane were solid and despite a minor mistake on the final Hugo Lloris was reliable at the back. Les Bleus certainly exceeded the expectations of their fans and made their president Macron proud by lifting the trophy under the Moscow rain.



2. Harry Kane – the iconic Tottenham striker won the Golden Boot with his six goals and certainly established himself as one of the most all-around strikers in the world. Many would argue that 3 out of 6 goals came penalty spot, but the Englishman and his fellow teammates impressed with their character and good-feeling among the squad. Recording the first ever penalty shootout against Colombia and winning in style against Panama would be highlights of the tournament. Talk about football coming home… well, at least for now not though.



3. Luka Modric – not that we ever doubted the Real Madrid ace, but the playmaker and his small country impressed. Winning with so much accuracy in all their group matches and the demolition of Argentina was only the beginning of the end for the South Americans. Luka Modric said that he would switch his three wins in a row in the Champions League for the chance of his country to win the World Cup. Only if, Luka, only if.



4. The overall organisation of the tournament – many feared that the stadiums would not be ready in time, that the hooligan’s fracas in Marseille will repeat, there were doubts about racism. Happily, none of the mentioned happened or appeared in any form during the entire tournament. Russians did well, and all games went under the fair play standards, and despite a few referees’ decisions that gave room for discussions, FIFA representatives must be very proud of how the tournament went.


Biggest Losers

1. Joachim Löw and Germany – the reigning champions failing to go out of the group stage is something we got familiar with, but to see the Germans do so poorly in their group was a huge surprise. Germany missed a couple of chances and were victims of the beautiful counter-attacking play from Mexico and lost their opening match, restored their chances in a dramatic win against Sweden and failed miserably in the must-win game against South Korea. Many of the selection choices and the fact that Leroy Sane was not included in the squad at all raised a few eyebrows. It’s to be seen whether Löw would be able to pick his side up after such disappointment.


2. Neymar Jr – the Brazil superstar, was racing against time to be fit for the tournament and got the whole country excited after he took the armband in leading Brazil in their group matches. Lack of game time and maybe lousy luck in the teams faced in the knockout stages led to Paris Saint-Germain star only scoring once and rolling on the floor more often than being useful to his side. He was not quick on the ball and was often caught by his opponents. Maybe a transfer is on the cards, and that is why he didn’t perform.



3. Non-European nations – on every tournament we have a team which was the real surprise package of the story, a small country with no real expectations. Costa Rica stunned everyone on the last cup, South Korea was great at World Cup 2002 and who can forget the heroics of Ghana in the South Africa tournament. This time around the teams from Africa barely was there to be seen, the traditionally strong sides from South America didn’t have a representative on the Semi-finals and Asians also were disappointing bar the brave performance of Japan.



4. Jorge Sampaoli – the Argentina manager completely lost his reputation during the World Cup 2018. He was an integral part of Chile’s rise during the last couple of years and successes, but his authority was put in doubt after the draw against Iceland, the massive loss against Croatia and the unconvincing win against Nigeria. During the only group stage victory of the Gauchos, even Leo Messi had to make the team talk during the halftime, and he was caught being asked whether Sergio Aguero must come into play in the second half. Talk about being a leader then?



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The Beauty of the World Cup 2018

The Beauty of the World Cup 2018

In an entirely men-oriented sport, football often attracts beautiful women from across the globe. We will not go into details how teams fared in the stadiums in Russia, or what odds can be expected during Round 3 of the Group stage. WhaleBets team is offering you a different look to FIFA World Cup 2018 – the beauty in the stands, those marvelous women fans who often catch the eye of the TV cameramen and who make every football fan to wish he could be in the stadium (not for the footballing reasons).


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