Brazil's Soccer Coach Warns Team about the Dangers of 'Acrobatic' Sex

Wednesday April 9th, 2014

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Brazilian national team manager Luis Felipe Scolari has told the press that he is concerned about his players getting injured in the bedroom.

 Scolari says he would like his players to keep their sexual activity on the tame side during the lead up to the World Cup:

"The players can have normal sex during the World Cup. Usually normal sex is done in a balanced way but some like to perform acrobatics. We will put limits and survey the players."

This advice seemed like fair, if odd, until Scolari hinted they will be attempting to monitor the players extracurricular activities, which seems as difficult as it is creepy.

Also, why don't American coaches ever say things like this in interviews? Is it really that much of a stretch to picture Bill Belichick trying to reign in his players sexual antics through the press?


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