Premier League icon’s mantra includes "lots of sex, no rules and pure life"
Premier League cult hero Faustino Asprilla always was an enigmatic individual so it's little surprise to learn the Newcastle icon's life mantra is "lots of sex, no rules and pure life".
The Colombian striker left quite the mark on English football after arriving on Tyneside in the summer of 1996 following a £6.7million move from Italian side Parma. Asprilla spend just two-and-a-half years at St James Park but will always be held in high esteem by those at the Toon, particularly after the maverick marksman hit a stunning hat-trick against Barcelona in the Champions League a year after his arrival.
A colourful character both on and off the pitch, Asprilla's love of football can perhaps only be eclipsed by one other aspect of life: sex. 'The Octopus', who once played an X-rated movie to his Newcastle team-mates in front of hundreds of the club's stunned supporters and invited a sex star to 'blow out his candle' for his 50th birthday, has embraced a wild life of love-making since his retirement.
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So much so that the 52-year-old has adopted the life mantra "lots of sex, no rules and pure life" and even set up his own condom business. It's been quite the ride for Asprilla.
Opening up on his life these days, the former Magpie told Italian newspaper La Gazzetta dello Sport that he's happier than ever and still as sex-obsessed as he's always been. Asprilla admitted: "Football for me has always been fun. No rules, no schemes.
"How am I doing nowadays? I'm excellent. I have a farm, I sell sugar cane to the Colombian government and through an advertising campaign I sell condoms."
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"You know, sex has always been important to me. I am Asprilla: lots of sex, no rules and pure life."
The Colombian's penchant for all things pleasure saw him start selling flavoured condoms back in 2016 and these days business is booming. The former forward even vowed to deliver 3.5m condoms via drone in a bid to battle a global shortage during the coronavirus pandemic.
But while he's delighted with how his life has developed away from the beautiful game, he went on to express his disappointment at a lack of performers on the pitch. According to Asprilla, the game is devoid of eye-catching players capable of producing dazzling dribbles.
However, he did reserve praise for Real Madrid's Vinicius Jr, scorer of the Champions League winner against Liverpool last month. Asprilla asserts that he is an admirer of the Brazilian because the Los Blancos forward reminds him of himself back in the day.
"I watch football, but they all look like soldiers under the coach's orders, Aspilla added. "Tell me one player who dribbles nowadays."
"I like Vinicius from Real Madrid. I see myself in him a bit."
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