Footage emerged online earlier today of some of the Tottenham Hotspur squad taking part in an outdoor mini session.
The Evening Standard claim that the session was organised at Hadley Common in Barnet by head coach Jose Mourinho with the Portuguese in attendance along with Ryan Sessegnon, Tanguy Ndombele and Davinson Sanchez who all live in the area.
A photograph have also appeared on social media of Mourinho dressed in his Spurs training kit holding the session with his three players.
The report claims that Mourinho has been spoken to by club officials who are said to be very unimpressed with his decision.
Mourinho organised a “training session” with Ndombele, Sessegnon & Sanchez on Hadley Common in Barnet. The club is not impressed with the decision.
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The Government have been reinforcing the message on a daily basis that the UK public should be adhering to social distancing guidelines in a bid to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
Spurs had previously been very vocal on social media of their decision to hold training sessions via video link with Mourinho’s negative headlines capping off what has been a disastrous week for the club from a public relations perspective following Daniel Levy’s decision to furlough 555 of the non-playing staff employed by the North London outfit.
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