Ex-Mag Moussa Sissoko has found himself in trouble at Tottenham Hotspur this week, with him breaking lockdown rules to train with Serge Aurier in the midst of the COVID-19 crisis.
This is now the SECOND time Spurs have had to discipline their players regarding the strict social distancing rules put in place by the government – something Sissoko clearly feels he’s above.
The pair were pictured on Aurier’s Instagram account, which doesn’t exactly help negate the narrative that footballers aren’t exactly the sharpest tools in the box.
On the subject of Sissoko, he is actually set to face our very own Christian Atsu on FIFA 20 (kick of 3.45pm) as part of an EA Sports tournament later today (you can follow it via the link above), with both representing their respective clubs.
Let’s hope Atsu can do us proud, but let’s also hope Sissoko learns from his careless actions in a time where ignorance towards strict social distancing can bring catastrophic consequences.
Both Spurs team-mates have promised to donate money to the NHS as an apology for their actions, which begs the question – why do such a stupid thing in the first place?