No sex please we’re Bosnian
Bosnia and Herzegovina players will be barred from indulging in sex at next year’s World Cup, with wives and girlfriends not welcome around the players.
Coach Safet Susic, who played in two World Cups, believes the distraction of the WAGS could prove detrimental to the players efforts.
Bosnia and Herzegovina qualified for their first World Cup as an independent nation and are grouped up with Iran, Argentina and Nigeria.
“We want to reach 10 points physically before our game against Argentina which is the only way to win”, Susic told Avaz.
“There is a lot of philosophy in it. As a player, I also participated in two World Cups, and of course we were quarantined, that is women, friends and family were not with us.”
After their Group F opener against two-time World champions Argentina, Bosnia will tackle Nigeria in Cuiabá on the 21st of June before squaring up against Iran in Salvador four days later.