Carlos Valderrama Is Pro-Sex During the World Cup

Sean SwabyUK Staff WriterMay 30, 2014

Colombia's soccer star Carlos Valderrama poses with the Fifa World Cup trophy in Bogota, Colombia, Monday, Jan.30, 2006. The trophy is on a tour through Latin America . (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)

Count Colombia's Carlos Valderrama among those who are not on board with Mexico coach Miguel Herrera's decision to ban his players from sex during the World Cup. 

The Colombian legend who featured in three World Cups has spoken out in favour of the act, claiming that players would be more relaxed if partaking in it.

"If we'd had sex during the World Cup, it would've been better," he told Ole, via beIN Sports. "We would have relaxed after games—especially after defeats. It's total relaxation.

"It's not an impediment. It should be quiet, cool, without inventing crazy poses."