English football club Everton sent a stern warning to its Italian striker Moise Kane after he held a party at his home, in violation of the rules of social separation imposed to curb the spread of Corona virus.
Everton stated in a statement published by the media on Saturday night that: “We were shocked to discover that a player in the first team ignored the government’s advice and the club’s policy regarding the emerging Corona virus crisis. However, steps like this are unacceptable. ”
The second pole of the northern city of Liverpool stressed that it has always repeated “the importance of following all government guidelines, including rules and advice on (disposition) inside and outside the home, through formal directives for all of its members, including players”, considering that everyone should abide by them, especially in order to help Health care workers and appreciate their “effort and sacrifice”.
English press reports indicated that the 20-year-old Kane posted via a private group on a social networking application, a videotape from a party he held at his home, in which the models participated, and continued until late at night, with the UK authorities imposing strict restrictions on the movement Mobility and assembly to combat the Covid-19 epidemic.
Kane joined a number of Premier League clubs who have been found to have been in breach of health protection recently, most notably Manchester City defender Kyle Walker, Tottenham Hotspur defender Musa Sissoko and Ivory Serge Orrier.