Having a life partner who is not interested in her job can be quite interesting. This is explained by Peter Crouch, who … used this side of his wife Abbey to gain some advantage in married life
A river in flood. This is now Peter Crouch, who from the moment he retired has begun to tell about himself, including books and radio broadcasts, and seems to have no intention of stopping. And so, after the anecdotes about Xabi Alonso’s wife and Gerrard disguised as an old man, a little more personal revelations also arrive. Passions, hobbies and even family. After years of dating, Crouch married the gorgeous Abbey Clancy in 2011. The classic couple between footballer and model? Well enough, with a lot of clichés to confirm: Lady Crouch understands absolutely nothing about football. And this often and willingly played in favor of the former bomber of the Three Lions.
COMPULSORY EXIT – He explained it himself within the his famous podcast: having a life partner who is not interested in her job can be quite interesting. Like when Crouch pretended that pub nights with teammates were … something he couldn’t miss by express order of the club. “There were a couple of times the team went out together for a few… group sessions. And Abbey would say to me ‘you don’t have to go, right?’, But I would say, ‘I actually have to.’ In a couple of times. of cases I went directly to the club secretaries and asked: ‘can you write me an email where you say that my presence is mandatory and that it is important for the team?’. So I could go out with my teammates. “
LIES – Who knows how Mrs. Crouch will take it. But maybe she’ll get even madder when she learns her husband used football as an excuse too … not to get up at night to look after the kids. “There were some cards that I played every now and then. Like Friday, the right day to avoid anything, because Saturday is played and is the completion of a week of training. I remember when my first daughter was just born and I cried on Friday night I said ‘I can’t go, tomorrow I have a game’ “. And watching football on TV also has its reasons: “I often said it was for work”. In short, a series of lies … for a good purpose.
April 22, 2021 (change April 22, 2021 | 08:52)
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