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Abbey Ain`t Happy with 'arry

Abbey Ain`t Happy with 'arry

Here at Vital Stoke, we don`t tend to write much about the celebrity factor of football, including WAGs, their independently built careers that didn`t have anything to do with the fame of their husbands, and them posing in their own strategically selected skimpy underwear… although that last one wouldn`t go a miss by any stretch of the imagination (my imagination is starting to lose elasticity, so things like that could help me out seen as I`m still single). But here`s a little something that made me giggle from the celeb world.

Obviously as it`s not an undiluted piece of news about football, football and more football, it`s a brief article. Besides, I just got back off holiday, give me a break!

Abbey Clancy has set the mark for her good public relations for her husband Peter Crouch`s new club by telling Jamie Redknapp that she`s not happy with his Dad`s decision to approve the move to Stoke. Well done, I`m sure the Stokies love you now.

Apparently, Clancy hit Redknapp on the shoulder and said: "Tell your dad I wanna kill him!"

The dress size 6, 25-year-old, blonde haired, blue eyed, 32D bra sized (all important information there in typical celebrity culture magazine fashion, not that I would know) Clancy was not particularly thrilled at the prospect of relocating.

She told the celeb-section somewhere: "Yep, I`m gutted Peter had to leave. I love London. My work`s here and we`ve been happy here, plus Mum just moved down. We can commute but it`s not ideal.

"Having said that, we`re going to live back in Cheshire, so it`s not as bad. I saw Jamie and I told him: 'I want to kill your dad!` He laughed. It`ll be fine, I`m sure Stoke`s quite nice."


Cheshire 'not as bad`?! Well there`s Crewe Alexandra, is that included? I`ll leave that for you to agree/disagree. Don`t worry Abbey, Stoke is a wonderful place; we have Trentham Gardens and Monkey Forest, The Potteries Shopping Centre, the incinerator outside the Britannia Stadium, and Sainsbury`s Distribution Centre, what else could Britain`s Next Top Model runner up need??



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Writer:Ryan Kalisz
Date:Thursday September 8 2011
Time: 12:56PM

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