Jose Mourinho In Trouble After Breaking COVID-19 Rules

Ruben Hill
April 10, 2020

The Government have accused Jose Mourinho and some of his Tottenham players of "endangering people's lives" after they breached coronavirus lockdown guidelines.

As per The Sun, Mourinho could receive a stern warning from police after the British government advised all to stay at home in order to stop the spread of the virus, although people are allowed to walk and exercise outside once a day, but only with others from the same household.

It remains to be seen whether or not Mourinho, or his players, will face any internal action, but what do you think of the impromptu session?

That Mourinho was pictured with Ndombele in Hadley Common in London was interesting in itself, as the French player struggled for fitness at times during his first season at the club.

According to the report by Mirror, Jose Mourinho has however showed remorse for his act by tendering an apology.

Government regulations created to combat the spread of coronavirus state people should only exercise with members of their own household.

Tottenham have already crashed out of the Champions League and even miracle can not make them win the Premier League title.

Mourinho will be largely judged after his first full season in charge of the club, and while no one knows how it will go, Arsenal legend Ian Wright believes the Portuguese has lost some of the mentality and ability that made him a serial victor at Chelsea.

His sacking, however, generated ripples of controversies with a section of fans raising an eye brow against the decision.

Earlier, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan suggested Mourinho and his players were setting a bad example, while NHS England's national medical director appeared to take aim at them in the government's daily media briefing.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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