Euro 2012: 5 Top WAGs of Spain
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The Euro 2012 tournament is not only for players from different areas of Europe to compete. It is a place to see and be seen when it comes to WAGS.
What is a WAGS? WAGS are the acronym for wives and girlfriends of athletes and football has a lot.
The time has come to discuss the five top WAGS of the Spanish National Football Team. They come from different professions and have helped their mates and their country.
An invitation is extended to BR readers to sit back, relax, and enjoy the slideshow dedicated to the WAGS of Spain.
1. Sara Carbonero
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2. Lara Alvarez
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Lara Alvarez is the WAG of Sergio Ramos, who is a defender for Spain and Real Madrid. Ms. Alvarez works for Telecinco (the same TV station where Sara Carbonero works) as a reporter for Moto GP (a program dedicated to motorcycle races).
According to the Spanish tabloid newspaper Hola, the couple enjoyed themselves in Qatar. It remains to be seen what will transpire between the two.
3. Nagore Aramburu
Nagore Aramburu (Courtesy of Canal Gente)
Nagore Aramburu is the WAG of Xavi Alonso, who also plays for Spain and Real Madrid as midfielder. Ms. Aramburu is an actress and model who appeared in films and fashion magazines in her country.
Shakira and Gerard Pique
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5. Daniela Semaan
Daniela Semaan with Cesc Fabregas (Courtesy of Fabregas Carla)
Cesc Fabregas (Spain and FC Barcelona Midfielder) has a new WAG whose name is Daniela Semaan. Ms. Semaan (according to the You Tube page displaying the above video) was once married to the Lebaniese billionaire Elie Taktouk.
The WAGS of Spanish Football
My purpose with this slideshow was to present another dimension of Spanish football regardless of the rivalries within La Liga BBVA. The players and their significant others are human like the rest of us.
It is hoped that the readers of BR enjoyed this slideshow. It was a pleasure to present it to you, the reader.
My best wishes to you and to the people that are part of the Spanish National Football Team.