Everton’s statement on Tuesday read: “Everton can confirm they have suspended a first-team player pending a police investigation.
“The club will continue to support the authorities in their investigations and will not make any further statements at this time. “
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Coupled with a police statement in which the player in question was 31, Delph became one of two footballers to make the case.
Delph was one of two Everton players who missed their flight to Orlando on Wednesday to compete in the Florida Cup; the other is the suspended individual.
Since the announcement of Everton’s decision to suspend his player on Tuesday, Delph has faced abuse and speculation on social media that he is the player at the center of the story, although he missed out. travel as a precaution after coming into contact with someone who has since tested positive for COVID-19 ”.
It even led to this total bullshit …
It is simply disgusting. pic.twitter.com/KLCLCXW6kF
– Football365 (@F365) July 21, 2021
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An Instagram post on Tuesday, his first in three months, showed him in training, with the caption: “Work hard in preseason.” It was quite revealing.
And Athleticism says Delph is “furious at the situation he has been placed in by the club’s statement”.
Delph is said to have shared his anger with the club at the situation he and his family have been placed in.
Rafael Benitez’s tenure at Everton has been the toughest, especially with the Spaniard already well aware of the need to jump in and win over skeptical fans, many of whom didn’t want him to land the job in the first place.
“Rafa is very pragmatic and calm and will not allow this to stop him from focusing only on properly preparing the team and doing what he needs to do to attract new players,” a source said. Athleticism. “He’s very experienced and unfazed.
“He’s there to do a job and you can’t expect him to answer questions that have nothing to do with his duties. “