Manchester United star Mason Greenwood deletes his Twitter account
The United wonderkid along with Manchester City starlet Phil Foden have been pictured breaching COVID-19 protocols during their time at Reykjavik. The duo was a part of the English squad and had made their debuts against Iceland.
The duo are accused of sneaking in two Icelandic girls into the team hotel. This is a direct violation of local laws and FA’s social distancing regulations.
The duo were sent back home by English manager Gareth Southgate after the incident came to light. Greenwood has since deleted his Twitter account. He could have spent time in some of the best online casino or rather had a shot at some indoor activties, but rather Greenwood’s activites have gone on to create a headache for his England coach.
Greenwood will now miss out on England’s Nations League match against Denmark. The talented attacker has since been reprimanded by the club for his actions.
“Manchester United are liaising with the Football Association and are disappointed with the actions of Mason Greenwood over this situation.”
Greenwood has since broken the silence and has acknowledged his mistake.(h/t MEN)
The youngster expressed his regret at betraying Southgate’s trust. He has promised to learn from it and never go down that route again.
“I promise my family, the fans, Manchester United and England that this is a lesson I will learn from.”
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Greenwood’s actions were in direct violation of the standards that are expected of professional sportsmen. He has not just let down his nation but also United and our supporters.
Thankfully, he appears to have learnt his lesson.