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Portugal star Rui Patricio’s sex therapist wife urges national coach to let side deal with World Cup ‘anxiety’ in risque way

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The partner of goalkeeper Rui Patricio has published a book in which she examines the love lives of footballers.

Eight years after England fans branded Cristiano Ronaldo the biggest winker in football for getting Wayne Rooney sent off at the World Cup, the sex therapist wife of Portugal keeper Rui Patricio has a plan.

She reckons the national team will have a better chance of success if coach Fernando Santos urges his players to… masturbate.

Vera Ribeiro, a psychologist who specialises in sexual matters, has published a book in which she examines the love lives of footballers.

Entitled ‘Manual of Seduction’, Dr Ribeiro argues that players will be able to cope with anxiety and stress much better during the tournament if they indulge themselves regularly.

She insists that “nothing positive comes from sexual abstinence” – and that forbidding players to make love before games also has a negative impact.

Vera-Ribeiro, with her new book (Image: Instagram/Vera.Ribeiro.psi)

Vera-Ribeiro, with her new book (Image: Instagram/Vera.Ribeiro.psi)

Ronaldo and co. head to the finals as European champions (Image: AFP)

Ronaldo and co. head to the finals as European champions (Image: AFP)

Dr Ribeiro, appearing on a Portuguese TV programme to plug her book, added: “The football player should not abstain from having sex before games, but we also know that in terms of routine they are not in contact with families either.

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