Foden, Greenwood sent home by England for COVID breach


Soccer star Mason Greenwood has issued an apology for the "embarrassment" he caused after getting busted sneaking women into England's team hotel in Iceland.

After scandals with orgies and prostitutes involving England players, the anger over Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden sneaking two girls into the team hotel is not over their indiscretion; it is merely more hysteria over Covid laws.

Greenwood had a breakthrough season in 2019-20, where he netted 17 goals in 53 competitive matches for Man Utd.

England takes on Denmark Tuesday in a 2020 UEFA Nations League matchup as the squads continue to work their way through group play.

Both players will return to their clubs in Manchester.

The pair were both absent from England training on Monday and it was then confirmed that they would leave the camp and travel home before the team's second and final match.

"They'll have to travel back to England separately".

"Nothing has happened in the areas that we occupy in the hotel", he said.

"I think [to make a call on] those things, it's too early until I have all the information".

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Daily Mail quoting Icelandic outlet DV claims both players failed to honour the guidelines given to the players for their safety amid the coronavirus pandemic. I'm not going to say where'. "We are very clear that no other members of our party have been in contact with those two players".

The players, who will miss Tuesday's match against Denmark, were "naive", England coach Gareth Southgate said.

Both players have returned to their clubs, and while neither are expected to have to quarantine because of United Kingdom government rules for travellers from Iceland, they could yet face disciplinary measures before being allowed to return to training.

"In particular, I want to apologize to Gareth Southgate, for letting him down, when he had shown great trust in me".

She told MailOnline: 'I feel really sorry for him and I never wanted to put them in that position but we didn't know any better and we didn't know that they were quarantining, or else we wouldn't have gone to meet them.

Manchester United have also released a statement of their own regarding the actions of Mason Greenwood and it reads: "Manchester United are liaising with the Football Association and are disappointed with the actions of Mason Greenwood over this situation".

"On this occasion I made a poor decision and my behaviour didn't meet the standards expected of me", Foden said in a statement on Monday.

"That's why they couldn't go to breakfast this morning, couldn't join us for training".