World Cup sex ban?

Updated 3:26 AM ET, Fri June 6, 2014
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United States soccer coach Jurgen Klinsmann has no problem with his players having sex during the forthcoming World Cup in Brazil. "I think we have a group of guys together and an environment together that is very open, very casual," said the German. "But once we go on the field for training and also for the games, we are very serious and down to business." Getty Images
Klinsmann knows what it takes to win World Cup, having lifted the famous trophy as a part of West Germany's victorious Italia '90 team. Bongarts/Getty Images/file
Mexico coach Miguel Herrera is hoping his players exercise a little restraint during their time in Brazil. "If a player can't go one month or 20 days without having sexual relations, then they are not prepared to be a professional player," he told Mexican newspaper Reforma. YURI CORTEZ/AFP/Getty Images/file
Safet Susic has reportedly told his Bosnia-Herzegovina team that "there will be no sex in Brazil." The Bosnian coach did add that he would allow his players to masturbate. Jure Makovec/AFP/Getty Images/file
Luis Felipe Scolari is hoping his Brazil team can live up to all that is expected of them during the tournament. He has no problem with his players having sex, as long as they don't try anything too "acrobatic." Buda Mendes/Getty Images