The World Cup is the biggest event in soccer and with Brazil hosting it this time around, it means even more to the Selecao. The country is abuzz and they all expect Brazil to capture a record sixth title, but don't expect manager Luis Felipe Scolari to feel the pressure and start acting like a dictator.
Big Phil is so relaxed, he's OK with players having sex during the tournament. Well, some sex.
"If it's normal sex, OK. If this is normal, it is normal, it is not sending oneself in the air too high," said Scolari when asked about whether he'll ban his players from having sex.
And the only reason we need to have this conversation is those damn acrobats.
"Normally, normal sexual intercourses are made in a balanced way, but there are certain forms, certain ways and others who do acrobatics. And that, no."
Dr. Luis Felipe Scolari, sexual safety expert.
And despite his Ph.D. in sexual safety, Big Phil still wants to make sure his team is on board with him. He won't set the limits on his own, instead bringing the team into the discussion.
"We will put limits and survey the players."
A scientific survey for a man of science.
There only needs to be one rule: stick the dismount.