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Real Love: Ashley Cole Left Arsenal And Joined Chelsea For Cheryl

by | 30th, September 2007

CHELSEA FC are failing to win every game and Ashley Cole’s Wag Cheryl is in negotiations with the News Of The World. Can the two be linked?

Here’s Cheryl telling the world that it was not Ashley’s dream to move to Chelsea from Arsenal but to play for Real Madrid.

(To recap: In 2005, Chelsea and their manager Jose Mourinho were found guilty of illegally “tapping up” Arsenal defender Ashley Cole.

They broke Premier League rules forbidding rival clubs to approach a contracted player without permission from their employers.

Cole was found guilty of talking to Chelsea with a view to negotiating a transfer without approval from Arsenal.)

Says Cheryl: “Why should all my dreams and aspirations be shattered for the sake of his career? It would have meant that I’d have had to give up my career, which I wasn’t prepared to do.”

Cheryl is one part of the act Girls Aloud. The is very reason to believe that, given Ashley’s salary, Cheryl could have afforded to rent a small flat in the UK and, thanks to budget air travel, flown to Madrid for photo opportunities.

Cheryl tells us that “Ashley was offered a hell of a lot of money to go…the deal was there on the table”.

But the table, la mesa, was in Madrid.

She goes on: “I stopped him living his dream playing out there. It made things difficult. I’ve been through a s**t, horrible relationship before, so I refuse to argue with Ashley. I disagree with him, that’s human nature, but I won’t get into an abusive relationship again.

“So there was a lot of disagreement, and there were a lot of tears being shed. He has always told me never to talk about this, but I think people should know.”

Good that she does. And with Chelsea languishing in the Premier League table among

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