What football fans would give in just to have a kick in the park is no secret. Given the circumstances, our beloved game has been put to a halt which means no matches to play and even no training sessions for the players.
Clubs and their managers are finding several ways to keep the players fit, which includes indoor training routines, cyber-training and diet plans for the players.
Tottenham boss, Jose Mourinho, however, can’t seem to curb his itch to return to the grass as he was captured holding a training session along with the trio of his fellow players Davinson Sanchez, Ryan Sessegnon and Tanguy Ndombele in the open fields of Hadley Common, Barnet.
Easily catching the attention of those who passed by, Mourinho and his men were taped violating the foremost rule of the lockdown by gathering in groups out of their houses.
A strange decision which certainly won’t go down well with the club, who’d be kicking themselves after being the recipients of massive controversy regarding their decision to furlough their non-playing staff.