Owner of Steaua Bucharest Football Club Blame His Team’s Recent Poor Run of Form on Too Much of Sex
Gigi Becali, the owner of Bucharest football club FCSB, thinks he knows what’s to blame for his team’s recent poor run of form… the players are having sex too much.
Steaua, champions of Europe in 1986, finished the regular season eight points off the top of Liga 1, and were recently beaten 2-1 by city rivals Dinamo Bucharest.
Commenting on the club’s current poor form, Becali told local media the players are having too much sex their girlfriends.
“My players are making love with their girlfriends too often, that’s why they aren’t playing football so well lately,” Becali proclaimed after the Chindia game.
The 61-year-old Politician and businessman also went ahead to call out Romanian national team and FCSB striker Florinel Coman.
“Look at Dan Petrescu,” Becali said. “CFR players have sex only once a week. They meet with women only once a week.
“If [Steaua striker] Florinel Coman would have rested too … but he is doing other things.”