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WHEN the final whistle blows on July 11 to signal the end of the 2010 World Cup, there are going to be some exhausted players because of shenanigans on and off the field.
With the Mexican and Brazilian studs being given the green light for some off-field "ball-games" one wonders if the stockpile of 55 million condoms will go the distance.
On non-match days with regular partners and no champagne: the Argentina squad got a conditional green light to have sex during the June 11 to July 11 tournament.
Team doctor Donato Villami, speaking to Radio Del Plata, said: "The players will be able to have sex during the World Cup, but with regular partners and without champagne or other drinks.
"Sex is part of everybody's social life and it's not a problem in itself. Problems arise with the excesses: all the extras, a non-regular partner or in hours reserved for rest."
Unlike Argentina, Brazil's players will be allowed to indulge their appetite for sex, chocolate and ice-cream during the World Cup, coach Carlos Dunga said yesterday after the team touched down.
Dunga was addressing a press conference at The Fairway hotel in Randburg, where the Selecao will be based for the tournament.
The Brazilian coach said the team was looking forward to what he termed a "difficult" World Cup.
He would leave it up to the players to decide whether they abstained from sex and other sensory pleasures, he said.
"Not everyone likes sex," Dunga ventured. - Sapa