McFadden apologizes when the video shows players drinking

Recordings were made of a number of barbarian players drinking alcohol in a London pub, including former Irish winger Fergus McFadden.

The video, which was circulated on social media, is from one of the two evenings that Sunday’s annual Twickenham game was canceled for violating coronavirus protocols.

McFadden, former English captain Chris Robshaw, Sean Maitland, Jackson Wray, Joel Kpoku and Manu Vunipola are among the group who appear to be playing a drinking game in a Mayfair pub.

An investigation by the England Rugby Football Union into player misconduct is under way to discredit any wrongdoing.

Five players, including McFadden and Robshaw, have apologized for the behavior that will cost the RFU around £ 1m in lost TV and sponsorship revenue.

“I apologize for failing @barbarians_fc,” McFadden wrote on Twitter.

“I am very sorry that the game is not going on now. I am ashamed and I apologize wholeheartedly to everyone involved. #We are sorry„“

It comes at a time when the RFU is grappling with a financial crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic that has resulted in 140 people being laid off.

England coach Clive Woodward, who won the World Cup, has described the players’ behavior as “ridiculously stupid”.

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