Joachim Low Bans Germany Players From Having Sex During The World Cup
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Just a couple of weeks after Brazil legend Romario suggested to Gabriel Jesus that he has 'a lot of sex' before the World Cup next month, Germany manager Joachim Low has taken the complete opposite route.
Low has reportedly banned his players from having sex during the tournament next month.
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In fact, Germany's players have been banned from contacting their wives and children during the World Cup, but they have been able to meet with their family ahead of the competition.
But according to claims, special permission is needed, report The Mirror.
On top of that the 58-year-old has banned the use of social media as he doesn't want any distractions.
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As mentioned earlier, Brazilian legend Romario had some useful advice for Manchester City striker Gabriel Jesus ahead of tournament opener.
"Have enough sex is one piece of advice - as is making the most you can of your days off.
"And, of course, you must concentrate on match days and during the games,"
"I believe Jesus is quite aware of his football and what it represents for the Brazilian nation. He has to arrive at the World Cup and score a goal. That's the most important thing."
The veteran doubled down on his advice saying, "It is good that he is playing in Europe because maybe 80 or 90 percent of the best players in the world play there and he will have faced them already.
"But the first thing I advise him to do is have lots of good sex."
Thoughts on Low and Romario's very different approaches ahead of the World Cup next month?
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