‘Half Virgin’ – Luis Enrique colors twitch livestream by mentioning his virginity ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup

manager Luis Enrique, Spain national football teammade his Twitch Live debut ahead of the 2022 World Cup. As part of his goal of engaging with fans in the following weeks, the former Barcelona head coach announced that he plans to participate as a Twitch streamer during the tournament in Qatar.

Spain’s coach, Luis Enrique, excited fans with a captivating Twitch livestream last night, just days before his country kicks off work at the 2022 FIFA World Cup. And last night she didn’t bother asking questions on a wide variety of topics.

Luis Enrique gave a funny response to a question from a fan asking Enrique if he was a virgin. Spanish boss gave a historic answer twitch live stream saying, “Half Virgin.”

As La Roja’s head coach, Enrique gained a profile for awkward media appearances, particularly odd roster announcements and strong responses to press questions before the competition. Enrique concluded by expressing his intention to do another live broadcast, but warning fans that he would not be broadcasting after the matches due to a recovery phase for both him and the team.

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Spain National Team under Luis Enrique

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Spain national football team

Luis Enrique’s Spanish makeover is almost complete as La Roja prepares for their World Cup journey with a fantastic cast full of fiery talent and great stage expertise. Spain is performing solidly in Euro 2020, where they advanced to the semi-finals thanks to the talents of Pedri and Ferran Torres.

They also lost to France 10 minutes before the 2021 UEFA Nations League final. Enrique’s extraordinary roster updates continued with an exciting live reading of his last 26 players from Qatar.

Barcelona is well represented in the squad; placed in the midst of fitness problems for seniors Sergio Busquets and Jordi Alba, as well as Pedri, Gavi and Ansu Fati. Later, Alejandro Balde was introduced as the successor to the injured Jose Gaya, bringing Barcelona’s total number of World Cup representatives to 17, the most of any club.

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