Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden set to miss England’s next four matches as the Icelandic girls were invited to the team hotel after the offending pair broke the coronovirus ban after coming back to Manchester.
- Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden are set to miss England’s next four matches
- The pair broke the coronovirus rules by inviting two Icelandic girls to their hotel
- Manchester stars have been sent home and will miss Tuesday’s match
- The Icelandic police have now fined both 250,000 Icelandic krona (£ 1,300)
Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood were back in Manchester on Monday night, with reports that they would miss England’s next four matches.
The pair of three lions broke the coronovirus guidelines by inviting two Iceland girls to their team hotel on international duty.
The young stars, who made their debut in a win over Iceland on Saturday, were sent home ahead of England’s game against Denmark on Tuesday and again out of the squad against Wales, Belgium and Denmark next month as punishment. will be kept. , According to the Sun.
Manchester United and England player Mason Greenwood going home from England duty
Phil Foden of Manchester City is also seen traveling to his home after being sent home
The Icelandic police have now fined the Duo 250,000 Icelandic krona (£ 1,300) for breach of rule during the coronovirus epidemic, which must be paid by individuals themselves and not by the FA or their clubs.
Manchester United’s 18-year-old Greenwood and 20-year-old Manchester City’s Foden made their senior international debut in a win over Iceland on Saturday – but those achievements have now been overlooked, with the footage now featuring women meeting Questions are being raised on social media with young stars.
In the video, Iceland’s girls, one of whom is 20-year-old model Nadia Sif Lindal Gunarsdottir, ask how the stars are going to sneak them into the hotel.
At the other end of the line, Foden can be heard answering: ‘What are you doing for the hotel?’, Before Greenwood says to his teammate in the background: ‘What do you think?’
The young couple were photographed in hotel rooms by girls who stayed to meet them
Later footage then shows the footballer with the model and her cousin and 19-year-old law student Lara Clausen.
One of the girls has apologized for her part in the incident, saying that she is ‘really, really, really bad’.
he said MailOnline: ‘I feel really sorry for him and I never wanted to put him in that position but we didn’t know any better and we didn’t know they were mitigating, otherwise we didn’t go to meet him .
Foden and Greenwood, one of the women, were planning a video on the phone, planning
‘We didn’t even know who Phil was. I asked Phil who he was. I’m not that much in football. I don’t watch football at all.
‘We didn’t even know that Mason used to play for Man United.
He said: ‘We have not talked to them. We do not want to bring them in the middle because they are going far ahead. They have not contacted us.
‘It was a good night we had. The four of us were spending time together and getting to know each other. They were good people. Really, very good. ‘
Foden has since issued a statement apologizing to England, the city and his family.
Official england status
The FA spokesman said on Monday: ‘While in Iceland both Whill, Foden and Mason Greenwood spent time outside our private team area, which was in violation of our COVID-19 regulations.
‘While he did not leave the team hotel, it was an unacceptable violation of our protocol. He has apologized for the serious lack of judgment.
‘The FA will launch a full investigation into the circumstances leading up to this violation. We have spoken to the Iceland FA to offer our apologies for this incident and to ensure that we are taking appropriate steps.
‘We have also assured the Danish FA that all other players and staff members have been isolated in our group during this period.
“Our immediate priority now is preparing the team for the match against Denmark.”