Days after Super Eagles head coach Gernot Rohr announced that his players would be allowed to meet with their wives and partners during the FIFA World Cup, Germany manager Joachim Low has decided otherwise.

Not even children and family members of the players have been permitted to come around the team’s camp

Low, who would be aiming to defend the World Cup with Germany, has banned the likes of Mesut Ozil, Toni

Kroos, Thomas Muller, Jerome Boateng and the rest of the 23-man squad from having sex during the tournament which he sees as a distraction.

The ban also extends to the players not having access to the social media in order to ensure full concentration.

The World Champions kick off their campaign on June 17 against Mexico in group F.

Low’s decision differs completely from his compatriot Rohr who has only banned women of easy virtue from getting close to the team’s camp in Russia.

Each player will have a room to himself so the family can come on days when we are not preparing for games or on matchdays.

Nigeria will fly out on Wednesday evening for its pre-World cup friendly against England on Saturday at the Wembley Stadium.