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It’s usually a long season in football, and of course footballers shouldn’t be denied from sexual pleasures in the course of the season.
But football is now a serious business, with the health, diet and fitness of players taken into serious consideration in modern football.
Sex is a huge topic in the sports world, and former Manchester City midfielder Samir Nasri had claimed that City boss Pep Guardiola had banned his squad from intercourse during the evening before a match.
Former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has revealed that although he does not ban his players from having sex, he urges his squad to keep it short and let their partners do the work so they can save their energy.
“During the season, I advise my players to have sex for short periods and with the minimum of effort, and better use positions where they are under their partners,” Conte said in an interview with L’Equipe.
“And preferably, with their wives, because if with others, well, that needs extra action.”