England's Andy Flower 'to enforce strict rules on WAGs during Ashes'

England coach Andy Flower at the fifth Ashes test on August 25, 2013
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England cricket team director Andy Flower will reportedly enforce rules on his players' WAGs for the return Ashes series in Australia.

England team director Andy Flower is reportedly keen to enforce strict rules on the wives and girlfriends of the players for the return Ashes series in Australia.

WAGs attending major tournaments has been an issue in football following the media frenzy over the England players' partners during the 2006 World Cup.

The England cricket team are keen to avoid anything similar by limiting the WAGs' attendance to the final two Test matches in Melbourne and Sydney, according to the Daily Mail.

Reports have claimed that if any wife or girlfriend arrives before the last two Tests, they will have to find and pay for their own accommodation.

England coach Andy Flower at the fifth Ashes test on August 25, 2013
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