Simon Jordan has laid into Premier League footballers who celebrate goals by hugging their team-mates – claiming players are unwilling to follow Covid rules and that clubs ‘don’t have the balls’ to enforce them.
Jordan believes the risk of sanctions from the Premier League are ‘an empty threat’ and feels the clubs won’t tell their players not to celebrate together because ‘they haven’t got the balls’.
Football has been criticised heavily in recent weeks after a number of footballers were seen attending or hosting parties over the festive period during a real time of struggle for the country.
Incredibly, the former Sunderland goalkeeper was voted 2019 Goalkeeper of the Year in his homeland after just four months and 18 appearances back in the Jupiler Pro League that yielded an incredible 12 clean sheets and saw the experienced stopper let in just seven goals.
Therefore, they should already be drawing up plans for who should succeed him on a permanent basis. Various names have been linked with the role, such as Ajax’s Erik Ten Hag and PSG’s Mauricio Pochettino.
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