Peter Crouch's brother-in-law vows to never be 'footie love rat'

   Dec 21, 12:49 pm

London, Dec 21 (ANI): Abbey Clancy's footballer brother has said that he never strays in relationships, unlike other soccer stars.

Sean Clancy , who plays for Fleetwood Town FC, is determined not to be typecast as a footie love rat.

"I'm a good boy," the Sun quoted the footballer as saying.

The 24-year-old midfielder made his telly debut with cousin Chloe Cummings on ' Desperate Scousewives'.

This week's episode saw the brother-in-law of Peter Crouch fending off the attentions of make-up artist Jodie Lundstram at a party in his flat.

Lundstram asked him out for a drink after wannabe model Cummings told her who he was.

"That's my cousin, he's a professional footballer. He's just got a new car," Cummings said.

But the footballer declined the date.

"I'm meeting my girlfriend so I'll have to give that a miss," Clancy said

"I know there's footballers like that, but I'm not."

A source of the E4 reality show insisted that Sean is a gentleman.

"He is quite quiet and everyone was surprised he signed up but Chloe encouraged him," the source said. (ANI)

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