Callum Hudson-Odoi should be banned from restarting football after tarnishing the reputation of the game with his arrest at 4 a.m. after an argument with a model, said Piers Morgan.
Morgan criticized the behavior of the English international after the boy was taken into police custody and released on bail, and a woman was taken to hospital in the early hours of Sunday morning. He is the last footballer to be criticized for breaking the lock rules.
He wrote on Twitter: “These idiots are unfairly tarnishing the reputation of all footballers and mocking the” safety first “plan to bring the Premier League back.
Calliers Hudson-Odoi and stars breaking the lock should be banned, says Piers Morgan
“They should be told that if they are caught violating lock rules like this, they are prohibited from playing if football resumes. “
Another Twitter user agreed, “Who does he think he is?” And I’m a fan of Chelsea! ‘
A third party noted that players who break the lockout rules negate the positive work of their peers during the pandemic.
“Some people undo the good work that people like Kane and Henderson did at the time,” he writes.
The English international has become the last football to see the rules of locking violated
Hudson-Odoi is the latest footballer to be criticized for breaking coronavirus locking rules during the crisis.
Back Kyle Walker of Manchester City and England hosted a sex party and, on another occasion, received criticism for visiting family members.
Four Arsenal players, Alexandre Lacazette, David Luiz, Nicholas Pepe and Granit Xhaka were all dressed by the Gunners for being seen in public breaking the restrictions in April.
And Tottenham was also involved in the controversy when Jose Mourinho led a training session with three players in a public park.
The Hudson-Odoi indiscretion adds another to the unfortunate list and seems more serious than the others.
Kyle Walker is another top player who broke government lock rules
Additional police arrived at home Sunday afternoon to conduct searches
Alexandre Lacazette was in hot water with Arsenal after being seen inhaling what is believed to be nitrous oxide from a balloon
The Sun reported that it had met the woman online before inviting her and sending a car to pick her up.
Neighbors of the 19-year-old man told the Sun that his acquaintance was “very glamorous” before the property “crawled with the police.”
The report said that the Chelsea star had asked the woman to arrive at her property in lingerie and that the couple had exchanged flirtatious messages beforehand.
A police spokesperson said: “The police and the London ambulance service were called at 5.33pm on Sunday 17 May to report a sick woman. “
Met confirmed that the woman was taken to hospital and that a man who was arrested at the scene is still in police custody.
Hudson-Odoi was one of the first footballers in the UK to confirm that he was infected with Covid-19 in March, but is expected to return to group training by the end of the week if his tests allow it.
Chelsea star tested positive for coronavirus, but then fully recovered
Talented winger working towards return to action in June when matches could be played
“I had the virus that is gone now. I feel good, I feel good, so I feel again so everything is fine, “he said in early April.
And many internet users have noted that he, as a person who has contracted the disease, should be hyper-aware of the risks associated with violating government guidelines.
One of them wrote, “He also got the virus, didn’t he? Definitely that of all those who should know better.
Hudson-Odoi, released on bail, can resume isolated training with Chelsea.
Premier League players are slowly working on a return to form with a restart of the season slated for June. They are currently required to train in isolation, but breakout sessions should receive the green light shortly before resumption of normal training.