The list of “Covidiots” has grown over the weekend. “Covidiots” is the mocking nickname with which the English press now adorns players who do not respect health regulations despite the coronavirus pandemic. Of tandem Serge Aurier-Moussa Sissoko, surprised together for a jog, to Kyle Walker, who did not hesitate to invite call girls to his home, via Nicolas Pépé, Alexandre Lacazette, David Luiz and Granit Xhaka, also caught in the act of non-compliance with confinement, the examples abound.
A new example was added to the list this weekend with Moses Kean, who has found nothing better than hosting a party at home and posting videos of this hopping on Snapchat. What to attract the wrath of its leaders, Everton splitting a press release to denounce this behavior.
Disciplinary sanction in sight
“Everton is dismayed to learn that one of his players is involved in such an incident and that he ignored government action during the coronavirus crisis, thus assured the Toffees. The club firmly expressed their dissatisfaction to the player and made him understand that such behavior was completely unacceptable.“ To believe the Mirror, this misconduct will require the Italian international disciplinary action and could even precipitate his departure, the striker disembarked from Juventus Turin for 28 million euros not having convinced with a single goal in 22 appearances.