Jose Mourinho became controversial in England after breaking quarantine rules when he was caught in the park with certain players. After it revealed his order, Tottenham Hotspur’s coach quickly apologized.
José Mourinho admitted that he had crossed the limits, defying the rules of social distancing imposed by the British government to limit the spread of the coronavirus.
They surprised the Portuguese coach in the park accompanied by several players, who were training. As their photos rolled over the web, this angered many internet users, particularly in a country suffering from the rapid spread of the epidemic.
Photos of Mourinho and some players, including Davinson Sánchez and Ryan Sessegnon, who run together, and a video of Serge Aurier, who runs with someone else, have spread.
Mourinho said: “I accept that my actions do not comply with government directives and that they only allow us are only to have contact with people from our own homes”, before adding:
“It is vital that we all do our part and follow government advice to support our quarantined heroes and save lives.”
Portuguese technician Mea Culpa intervened after calling his club Tottenham Hotspur, who warned his coach and players who did not comply with the country’s health guidelines.