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Jose Mourinho and Tottenham stars defy lockdown with public training session

Jose and his have been warned “to respect social distancing” – after the manager appeared to hold a pubic fitness on Tuesday despite the country being under strict rules.

A video emerged in which Davinson Sanchez and Ryan Sessegnon appeared to be jogging side-by-side in north London, despite the country being on during the coronavirus pandemic.

It is understood that the duo were filmed by a passerby on Hadley Common near Barnet, while midfielder Tanguy Ndombele was also apparently present..

And images later emerged of – who was in full Spurs kit – overseeing a fitness with Ndombele and two other men, who appeared to be stretching.

Jose appeared to hold a fitness during

The Government implemented strict rules last month in which individuals are only allowed to exercise once a day but this must be alone or with a member of their household.

It has also been reiterated several times that the must abide by social distance rules, but some of the Spurs squad and their own manager appeared to be within close proximity of each other.

Mourinho, Sanchez, Ndombele and Sessegnon all live locally to Hadley Common where they were all pictured on Tuesday.

It is understood Mourinho has been spoken to by senior officials at the club who are “unimpressed” with the boss, according to The Standard.

Mourinho – who was in full Spurs kit – apparently held a fitness session with Ndombele and two other men

A Tottenham Hotspur spokesperson said: “All of our players have been reminded to respect social distancing when exercising outdoors.

“We shall continue to reinforce this message.”

It is the latest incident in which Premier League footballers have seemingly ignored the lockdown guidelines.

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It is the latest incident in which Premier League footballers have seemingly ignored the lockdown guidelines.

Chelsea star Mason Mount was seen playing five-a-side football despite being told to self isolate after teammate Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive for coronavirus.

Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish was forced to issue a grovelling apology after he partied at a friends house and was later pictured next to a crashed car.

A video emerged on Tuesday in which the two defenders appeared to be jogging together in north London

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And, over the weekend, reports emerged that Kyle Walker invited ‘two escorts to his flat for a sex party’ while being in lockdown.

Walker said his “actions were in direct contrast to what I should have been doing regarding the lockdown”, with his apology coming a week after Grealish was also caught breaking out of lockdown.

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