Coleen Rooney says she used to get annoyed by the term “Wag”

Coleen Rooney slams the term “Wag” as unfair

Coleen Rooney has said that she used to get annoyed by the term “Wag” because it meant people assumed all footballers’ wives and girlfriends were the same types of people.

Coleen Rooney: “We are all individuals”

The 37-year-old said: “We have all lived different lives. We are all individuals. To bring us all together in one term is unfair. But it’s one of them things.”

Coleen Rooney: “I’m a ‘serious’ person, not a ‘Wag'”

The mum-of-four added: “The people that matter to me, as long as they take me seriously, everyone else can have their say.

I don’t know these people making the comments so it doesn’t matter to me. When I meet people in person then hopefully they will get that I am a serious person and I do have views on life. I’m a strong woman and I know the right and wrongs of life.”

Conclusion

Coleen Rooney’s comments come after she was involved in a libel case with Rebekah Vardy, known as the Wagatha Christie trial. The case was widely reported in the media and focused on the term “Wag” and its negative connotations.

Rooney’s comments are a reminder that women should not be stereotyped. They are all individuals with their own unique experiences and perspectives.

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