Man U's Mason Greenwood Apologizes for Sneaking Icelandic Model Into Team Hotel

Leadership test England boss Southgate

Leadership test England boss Southgate

The England worldwide allegedly invited two girls back to his hotel room in the country, along with Manchester City's Phil Foden.

Notable sports website Sky Sports has reported that the Nations League match between England and Denmark will go ahead as scheduled after talks between UEFA and FA officials.

For the England boss it was the latest in a series of problems, following Harry Maguire's court case in Greece last month, with Southgate initially selecting the defender in his squad before dropping him, while he also called up Jack Grealish and Kyle Walker after their lockdown breaches. Foden's actions were deemed "totally inappropriate" by his club, Manchester City, while Manchester United said they were "disappointed" by Greenwood's behaviour.

And Southgate added that Foden and Greenwood would need to earn back his trust before he could consider them available for selection with the national team. "We have also assured the Danish Football Union that all other players and staff members have been isolated within our group throughout this period". Having met Greenwood online days before England arrived in Iceland, she was unaware the duo were footballers.

"I'm really pleased with what the players who are here have given". I'm not that much into football. "She was booking a hotel to meet who?" We didn't even know that Mason played for Man United.

Foden's parents, Claire and Phil Snr, and his girlfriend Rebecca are believed to have demanded that the 20-year-old explain himself after making clear their upset and disappointment. We don't want to interrupt them because they are of course going through a lot right now.

Oregon's Sewell opts out, declares for 2021 NFL Draft
Last year, Sewell was named the Pac-12's top offensive lineman and earned consensus first-team All-America honors. Sewell is widely expected to be a top-10 pick and in contention to be the first offensive lineman off the board.

"They did know that they had to quarantine but we figured that, since they were playing Iceland, they had been tested before and it would be OK".

Social media video was published purporting to show the players meeting women from outside the team bubble after the 1-0 victory against Iceland in the Nations League on Saturday.

"I don't really understand how players could have felt that was acceptable", he said.

"Having now had the chance to reflect on what's happened, I can only apologise to everyone for the embarrassment I have caused", Greenwood said. "We spent such a long time getting those measures in place, the whole squad followed that together".

A source told the newspaper: "They were very keen to meet the women and needed help from an employee, who received a very generous tip".

"They were nice guys".

Recommended News

We are pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news.
Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper.
Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.