Mourinho organized training at the park, followed by calls for punishment for the Portuguese

Mourinho organized training at the park, followed by calls for punishment for the Portuguese

After publicizing photos of football coach Jose Mourinho training in the midst of a pandemic of a new coronavirus in one of Tottenham’s public security parks in Tottenham, the British public is calling for penalties for the reckless Portuguese. For now, he has only taken her away with a warning from club management.

Charismatic Portuguese coach Jose Mourinho, along with several members of the first team, including training with Tanguy Ndombele, Davinson Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon in a London park, although all four should try to stem self-isolation in an attempt to stem the spread of the new coronavirus.

He worked one-on-one with the former, and the other two also ran together in the same public park. In addition, another first team member, Serge Aurier, posted on Instagram a video of him running with a friend.

“We reminded all our players that the rules of self-seclusion must be strictly adhered to, even when practicing,” the BBC quoted the club as saying. They stopped football in England in mid-March, and there will be no Premier League first until at least May.

Mourihno had already responded to the allegations and adamantly admitted that perhaps training in the park was not the best decision. “I accept that my actions were not in accordance with government protocol. We only need to have contact with members of our household,” Mourinha’s words are quoted by British SkySports. “The key is to play our part in the role and follow government advice to support our heroes in healthcare and save lives,” added the Portuguese. He has already resorted to more modern technologies and has conducted the following individual trainings with football players online.