All World Cup Teams Which Banned Sex Have Been Eliminated
All that phony nonsense about sex being a big distraction has proven to be utter bull. Researchers took a look at where all those teams which banned or had rigid rules about players having sex have been ousted from the Cup.
As reported by The Daily Mail the teams which had lax rules about sex are still in play:
Germany and Holland bosses allowed wives and girlfriends to stay in team hotels and both have navigated their way safely into the quarter-finals of the tournament.
Meanwhile, France, Brazil and Costa Rica who have more complicated rules regarding sex, but still allow it, also remain active in the competition as do Argentina, Belgium and Colombia whose preference isn’t recorded.
Other sides happy to let their players spend intimate time with loved ones include the United States, Switzerland, Uruguay and Nigeria – all of whom made it into the last 16.
Of the sides that banned sex – Spain, Russia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Chile and Mexico – none made it past the last 16.
Not quite sure the ‘scientific’ merits behind this story, but it seems to be common sex–I mean, sense that a horny player in a country surrounded by women like this
would perform more poorly than one who hasn’t had his manly desires put on time out.