Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Brazil players banned from having 'acrobatic' sex during World Cup: Report

In what has to be a huge blow to the host soccer team, Brazil coach Luis Felipe Scolari wants his players to refrain from "acrobatic" sex during the World Cup tournament which kicks off June 12.

Scolari — worried about possible injuries — wants his players to get their kicks on the pitch and not in the bedroom during the month leading up to the final game in Sao Paulo.

“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," Scolari said, according to Sports Illustrated.

As for how he plans on enforcing this rule, Scolari promised to "put limits and survey the players," including superstar Neymar and rumored new girlfriend Gabriella Lenzi.

The coach didn't elaborate on how he'll "survey" the action or what constitutes "normal" sex — at least in Brazil.

Scolari, who coached "A Seleção" to its fifth and last World Cup title in 2002, is under intense pressure to win the trophy on home turf — especially with the specter of the 1950 World Cup still haunting Brazil more than six decades after Uruguay shocked the host nation, 2-1, in that year's final.

That fateful game is known as "El Marancanzo," named after the Estadio Maracana, which will also be the site of the July 13 final.

If Brazil ends up on top in 2014, a fitting name would be El Posição do Missionário.

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