Kyle Walker “Should Never Play England Again” After Hosting Lockout Sex Party, Says Ian Holloway


Ian Holloway believes Manchester City should get rid of Kyle Walker and called on Gareth Southgate not to pick the defender for England again after breaking the lock restrictions last week.

Walker apologized over the weekend after it was revealed that he had invited a friend and two escorts to his home for a “sex party” last Tuesday, the ill-advised party going against government regulations in social distancing that are in place due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

Walker’s actions mirrored those of Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish, who was also forced to apologize after attending the apartment of a friend who is believed to belong to former teammate Ross McCormack the previous weekend , despite the fact that the British public has no interaction with people from other households.

Walker was also caught up in a second incident this weekend; former England captain Wayne Rooney was reportedly warned by police after meeting the Manchester City defender on a walk with his family.

City is investigating Walker’s actions and he should be fined and reprimanded for his actions, but the current city manager of Grimsby Holloway thinks that his disregard for government regulations should be enough for the defending champions to Premier League sell Walker as soon as possible – especially in light of the tragic news that manager Pep Guardiola lost his mother Dolors Sala on Monday after contracting a coronavirus.

“First, I would like to send my love and best wishes to Pep after he lost his mom,” Holloway told Talksport. “The reality of that and then you have one of your players (Walker) is almost brainless. What the hell are you doing having a party like that? It’s out of service. I’m looking to get him out of the club, it’s not good and it’s so irresponsible.

“You end up believing in your hype and you think you can control the world. “

Holloway added that the 48-game English international should never play for the Three Lions again, saying it went completely against what is expected of a national team player.

“Totally. It begs for belief, ”he said. “Where’s the discipline? Where is the real discipline? ”

Former Blackpool and Queens Park Rangers boss says actions by Walker and Grealish show how bad the current climate has shown the world has its wrong priorities – especially when it comes to the wages paid to those who make the difference during the coronavirus crisis.

“It is so disrespectful to the generations and generations who fought for us, everything is going wrong,” he said of those who continue to go out.

“I think the world is upside down, the highest money should not be paid to artists, but the people who protect us on the front line and the government must make sure that these doctors and nurses are paid the more expensive for people to want to do it. for real. “


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