The Covid 19 split by the Tottenham trio was ‘a bad surprise’ – Jose Mourinho

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Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho shared his personal disappointment for violating the rules of coronavirus with Erik Lamela, Sergio Reguilon and Giovani Lo Celso: during the Christmas season, the trio was pictured together at a large party, in direct breach of the level four rules in place in the capital.

Spurs strongly condemn the actions of their players and the trio could face internal disciplinary action. The indiscretion of Reguilon was especially upsetting for Mourinho, who, after being informed he would be alone for Christmas, had given the Spaniard a Portuguese suckling pig. “It’s an amazing gift. An amazing gift,” he said. A Portuguese piglet, which is perfect for the people of Portugal and Spain. “A Portuguese piglet, which is amazing for Portuguese and Spanish people. ” I’ve had this thought of him. As you could see, he wasn’t alone, and we, the club, are sad, of course, because we’re giving all the training, all the conditions to the players. We are not happy, of course. For us, it was a negative surprise. “Of course we are not happy. It was a negative surprise for us. ” “In a statement, the club said, “We are extremely disappointed and strongly condemn this picture of some of our players at Christmas with family and friends, especially as we know the sacrifices made to be safe over the holidays by everyone across the country. “Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho expressed unhappiness with the actions of his three players (Ian Walton/PA). “The rules are clear, there are no exceptions and we regularly remind all our players and staff of the latest protocols and their responsibility to abide by them and set an example,” he said. “The matter is being dealt with internally. “This is not the first time that Spurs players have broken the ban since there were several cases in the spring after the first ban. Mourinho was seen running together with Tanguy Ndombele, Ryan Sessegnon and Davinson Sanchez, while Serge Aurier was a repeat offender with a haircut and a personal training sessio. West Ham also reminded Lanzini, who in October scored a last-second equalizer against Spurs, of his duties, saying, “I want to apologize for a bad mistake I made over Christmas and I take full responsibility for my actions. I know people have made difficult sacrifices to be safe and I should set a better example. – Manuel Lanzini (@manulanzini) January 2, 2021A West Ham spokesman said, ” “The matter was handled internally and Manuel was strongly reminded of his responsibilities. “Lanzini gave an apology for his “bad mistake” on Twitter. He said, “I want to apologize for a bad mistake I made over Christmas and I take full responsibility for my actions. I know people have made difficult sacrifices to be safe and I should set a better example. ” Fulham announced that “further new positive results” had been discovered in the latest Covid 19 tests and the game on Sunday was postponed “following discussions with the Premier League and on the advice of the medical teams. “The condition of the Premier League remains that the correct choice is to continue the season as expected. Fulham boss Scott Parker had to isolate himself after a member of his household tested positive (Stu Forster/PA) “With the health of players and staff the priority, the league and Fulham will agree a further action plan to control the outbreak to enable the club to continue their season safely.Fulham boss Scott Parker had to isolate himself after a member of his household tested positive (Stu Forster/PA) “With the health of players and employees the priority, the league and Fulham will agree on a further action plan to control the outbreak to allow the club to continue their season safely. Parker said, “We are confident that the outbreak will continue,” The league appears to have faith in its Covid 19 protocols, considering the limited number of positive checks carried out by the vast majority of clubs.

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