Conte’s unique sex advice could be behind Tottenham’s march to Champions League

Antonio Conte has transformed Tottenham since his arrival – and it might not be just his tactics behind their push for Champions League qualification.

The Italian manager has a unique style of play with his 3-4-3 formation a successful formula which has put Spurs in pole position to claim a top-four finish ahead of rivals Arsenal. His advice also stretches beyond the pitch, though.

When he was in charge of Inter Milan, Conte revealed he gives his players instructions on how to have sex, with a very specific set of rules in place throughout the season to avoid any potential injuries.

"I explain to the players how they should have sex. In the periods of competition, the intercourse should not last long and they should be on the bottom," he told French outlet L'Equipe in 2019.

"During spells of matches the players should not have sexual relations that last for long periods. They need to make as little effort as possible. The best position for them is if their partners go on top.

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"And it is preferable that they are with their own wives. That way they are not obliged to put in an exceptional performance."

Tottenham's stars look to have taken the advice on board with just a draw needed against Norwich on the final day of the season to secure fourth spot. Star man Harry Kane is a happily married man to wife Kate so will have had no problems adhering to the rules.

Fellow forward Lucas Moura is also in the same boat having wed Larissa Saad in 2016. However, left-back Sergio Regulion, who is dating Spanish YouTuber Marta Diaz, may not have listened to his boss.

He's missed the last four matches with an injury – in his groin – and looks likely to miss the final game. While Conte's advice may seem crazy, former Spurs midfielder Kevin Prince Boateng proved sex can get in the way of performances.

When he was an AC Milan player, he missed a whole month of action with a thigh issue. His partner at the time Melissa Satta explained that their bedroom activities were the cause.

“The reason why he is always injured is because we have sex seven to 10 times a week,” she said. “I hate foreplay, I want to get straight to the point. My favourite position is on top so I can take control."

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