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Spain coach Luis Enrique is allowing his stars to have sex on the night before matches.

But he draws the line at them participating in orgies.

The Spaniard’s methods are clearly working well, with his side having romped past Costa Rica 7-0 in their opening group game.

In order to engage with fans during the tournament, Enrique has been chatting on streaming platform Twitch.

When the subject turned to his players’ sex habits, the former Barcelona boss said: “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.”

Enrique, who at 52 remains in fine nick himself, even went as far as to talk about his own habits.

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Spain's coach Luis Enrique (L) speaks with Spain's midfielder #08 Koke. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)
Spain’s coach Luis Enrique (L) speaks with Spain’s midfielder #08 Koke. (Photo by Kirill KUDRYAVTSEV / AFP)Source: AFP


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He added: “I consider sex important and as a player whenever I could, with my wife, I did what we had to do.”

His daughter, Sira Martinez, is dating star forward Ferran Torres.

The former Manchester City ace netted twice against Costa Rica, dedicating his goals to Sira.

Among Spain’s Wags are Alvaro Morata’s girlfriend Alice Campello, Aymeric’s Laporte’s partner Sara Botello and David Raya’s model other half Tatiana Trouboul.

La Roja will be cheered on again by their wives and girlfriends when they take on Germany in their second group game on Sunday evening.

The match will present them with the mouthwatering opportunity to already eliminate Hansi Flick’s men, after they were beaten 2-1 by Japan in their opener.

Spain will then play Japan themselves in their final group game on Thursday.

– This article originally appeared on The Sun and was republished with permission.


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