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James Maddison, Harvey Barnes and Hamza Choudhury reprimanded by their manager for infringement of Covid-19 lock-down rules
Hamza Choudhury (Right), James Maddison (Left) Some Leicester City players have been accused of breaching lock-down rules in England. According to reports, the manager Brendan Rodgers caught the likes of Harvey Barnes, James Maddison and Choudhury going against protective laid down rules by the British government. Stars attend Ayoze Perez’s house-warming party Leicester’s city skipper Ayoze Perez hosted a house-warming party at his mansion alongside 18 other visitors. Manager Brendan Rodgers had reported requested the players to vacate the location immediately. Highlighting the negative impression their actions may have on neighbors. However, the players did the exact opposite. Based on recent findings, the stars requested that the attendees switch off phones and lights. In other to give people and impression that no one was home. Ayoze Perez’s house sieged by government officials The actions of these Leicester City players did not go unnoticed by government officials. Recent statements suggested that the British police were present at the mansion. However, no actions were taken after the house was found in darkness. Leicester City stars get reprimanded by Rodgers Due to their actions, the likes of Maddison, Perez and Choudhury were omitted from the match-day squad against West-ham. Leicester City manager, Brenda Rodgers, at a press conference Brendan Rodgers, was quick to express his disappointment on the actions of the players to the media. He went on to state that all three players have been important, for his side's success this season. Moving on, Rodgers insisted that the players have been tested and the results remain negative. They would be rejoining the squad in no time. Conclusion The actions of these for Leicester City players were a display of utter disrespect to their manager. However, its good to see matters were not taken further than it has already got. As stated, the players would be back to train with the squad. Still, the Leicester City board will be hopeful that actions like these are not repeated. Article Writer ✏️ Ordu Daniel CLICK THE LINK ABOVE TO FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM
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James Maddison, Harvey Barnes and Hamza Choudhury reprimanded by their manager for infringement of Covid-19 lock-down rules
Hamza Choudhury (Right), James Maddison (Left) Some Leicester City players have been accused of breaching lock-down rules in England. According to reports, the manager Brendan Rodgers caught the likes of Harvey Barnes, James Maddison and Choudhury going against protective laid down rules by the British government. Stars attend Ayoze Perez’s house-warming party Leicester’s city skipper Ayoze Perez hosted a house-warming party at his mansion alongside 18 other visitors. Manager Brendan Rodgers had reported requested the players to vacate the location immediately. Highlighting the negative impression their actions may have on neighbors. However, the players did the exact opposite. Based on recent findings, the stars requested that the attendees switch off phones and lights. In other to give people and impression that no one was home. Ayoze Perez’s house sieged by government officials The actions of these Leicester City players did not go unnoticed by government officials. Recent statements suggested that the British police were present at the mansion. However, no actions were taken after the house was found in darkness. Leicester City stars get reprimanded by Rodgers Due to their actions, the likes of Maddison, Perez and Choudhury were omitted from the match-day squad against West-ham. Leicester City manager, Brenda Rodgers, at a press conference Brendan Rodgers, was quick to express his disappointment on the actions of the players to the media. He went on to state that all three players have been important, for his side's success this season. Moving on, Rodgers insisted that the players have been tested and the results remain negative. They would be rejoining the squad in no time. Conclusion The actions of these for Leicester City players were a display of utter disrespect to their manager. However, its good to see matters were not taken further than it has already got. As stated, the players would be back to train with the squad. Still, the Leicester City board will be hopeful that actions like these are not repeated. Article Writer ✏️ Ordu Daniel CLICK THE LINK ABOVE TO FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM
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ordu-daniel
James Maddison, Harvey Barnes and Hamza Choudhury reprimanded by their manager for infringement of Covid-19 lock-down rules
Hamza Choudhury (Right), James Maddison (Left) Some Leicester City players have been accused of breaching lock-down rules in England. According to reports, the manager Brendan Rodgers caught the likes of Harvey Barnes, James Maddison and Choudhury going against protective laid down rules by the British government. Stars attend Ayoze Perez’s house-warming party Leicester’s city skipper Ayoze Perez hosted a house-warming party at his mansion alongside 18 other visitors. Manager Brendan Rodgers had reported requested the players to vacate the location immediately. Highlighting the negative impression their actions may have on neighbors. However, the players did the exact opposite. Based on recent findings, the stars requested that the attendees switch off phones and lights. In other to give people and impression that no one was home. Ayoze Perez’s house sieged by government officials The actions of these Leicester City players did not go unnoticed by government officials. Recent statements suggested that the British police were present at the mansion. However, no actions were taken after the house was found in darkness. Leicester City stars get reprimanded by Rodgers Due to their actions, the likes of Maddison, Perez and Choudhury were omitted from the match-day squad against West-ham. Leicester City manager, Brenda Rodgers, at a press conference Brendan Rodgers, was quick to express his disappointment on the actions of the players to the media. He went on to state that all three players have been important, for his side's success this season. Moving on, Rodgers insisted that the players have been tested and the results remain negative. They would be rejoining the squad in no time. Conclusion The actions of these for Leicester City players were a display of utter disrespect to their manager. However, its good to see matters were not taken further than it has already got. As stated, the players would be back to train with the squad. Still, the Leicester City board will be hopeful that actions like these are not repeated. Article Writer ✏️ Ordu Daniel CLICK THE LINK ABOVE TO FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM
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