Chelsea stars set to be banned from 'orgies' under Luis Enrique as he reveals surprising sex rules
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Chelsea stars would face an 'orgy ban' under Luis Enrique should he be appointed the club's next manager after he revealed his sex rules.
The Blues have appointed Frank Lampard as their caretaker manager until the end of the season - just over two years after he was sacked by the club.
A host of elite coaches are in the frame to take the job on a permanent basis, including former Barcelona and Spain boss Enrique.
If he does accept the managerial gig at Stamford Bridge, then Chelsea players can forget about having an orgy the day before a match.
He spoke about the topic during his stint as Spain boss and revealed he considers the act 'important', but hilariously insists an orgy before a game is 'not ideal'.
Asked if he would allow his players to have sex before a fixture, he replied: "It's something I consider totally normal. I mean if you're at an orgy the night before a match it's not ideal. But hey."
He added: "I consider sex important and as a player whenever I could, with my wife, I did what we had to do."
The 52-year-old is currently out of work, having stepped down as Spain manager following the shock defeat to Morocco at the 2022 World Cup.
But he could return to the dug-out next season as he remains in the running to replace Graham Potter at Chelsea.
The former Barca star called time on his playing career in 2004 and began his managerial career at the club's B-team.
He then had stints at AS Roma and Celta Vigo before returning to the Camp Nou.
Enrique enjoyed three years as Barca manager, where he won two La Liga titles, three Copa del Rey trophies and the Champions League.
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