Posted in: 02/10/2020 – 16:13
Manchester United coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on Friday (October 2nd) backed England coach Gareth Southgate's decision to exclude his young player, Mason Greenwood, from the "Three Lions" squad for upcoming international matches.
Coach Southgate continued to exclude Greenwood, Manchester United, and Phil Foden, Manchester City, from his 30-man squad, after he expelled them from the national team camp in Iceland on September 7, 2020, due to their violation of the health protocol laws to protect against infection with the new Corona virus.
Greenwood, 19, and two 20-year-old delegations ignored the health protocols adopted to confront the pandemic, so they welcomed some local women to the hotel, which angered the coach and the Egyptians in the England national football team.
Solskjaer told reporters: “Mason is one of the most prominent attackers of the future for England and he will definitely play many matches with the national team,” noting that excluding him was a lesson that he had to learn from. “.
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