Several British newspapers have reported that Gareth Southgate, captain of the England national team, will not count on Manchester City as a defender in quarantine in the future. The Sun reported last week that Kyle Walker had hosted the Joy Girls in his luxury villa amid precautionary measures against the coronavirus pandemic, and was a good friend attending the gathering. For this reason, a disciplinary investigation was launched in the city.
|Pulling out irresponsible Kyle Walker could cost a lot (Image: AFP)|
It has already been written by The Mirror, The Daily Star and Target Southgate He decided not to invite the irresponsible football player to the national team anymore, because he needs players who are able to act according to the traditions of the team off the field, they are real role models.
Walker With a friend, he hosted two women last Tuesday, March 24, at his luxury rented home in Hill, near Manchester. Walker drew attention to the importance of staying home on social media the next day.
“Manchester City learned about Kyle Walker’s privacy in a tabloid that goes against UK lockdown and distancing rules. Footballers are global role models, and our staff and players have supported the National Health Service (NHS) and other workers in the fight against coronavirus. Kyle has broken regulations We are disappointed to hear the allegations, as we note Cale’s apology, as we are launching an internal disciplinary investigation.” Quoted from a club spokesperson on behalf of The Guardian.
According to press reports, the footballer can expect a fine of up to £250,000 at the end of disciplinary proceedings.
The Daily Star reports that Southgate is not risking much with the decision, as he is a better defender. Trent Alexander-Arnold, Aaron Wan-Bissaka And the Kieran Trippier He is also at his disposal, moreover, they are all younger than the footballer of City.
Walker made his national team debut in 2011 and has played for the national team 48 times since then.