Are Premier League Players Ignoring Their Responsibilities?

Moise Kean broke lockdown rules back in April, after he posted videos of himself and guests at his home in Cheshire ignoring the government’s guidelines of social distancing.

Although the Italy under 21 striker isn’t the only Premier League player to break the rules with several other Premier League stars failing to follow the rules and maybe misplacing the importance of setting an example.

If Moise Kean is being reprimanded for his party, then Kyle Walker should receive the

Kyle Walker while at Tottenham

same treatment as the player has broken the guidelines set by the government on two separate occasions.

The 29-year-old England and Manchester City full-back was first seen meeting up with his sister and then later seen hugging his parents in a separate incident the same day. The former Tottenham man has come under more fire after inviting two sex workers to his house despite the ongoing lockdown, something the player later apologised for on social media platform Twitter.

The latest player to follow in Kean’s footsteps is Wolves midfielder Morgan Gibbs-White who was pictured at a party in London, just a month after posting a message urging people to stay indoors.

Other players who have broken the lockdown include Arsenal players David Luiz, Nicolas Pepe and Alexandre Lacazette all have been seen playing football during the pandemic as well as North London rivals

Jose Mourinho during his tenure at Manchester United

Tottenham.

Jose Mourinho was seen giving a one on one session with Frenchman Tanguy N’dombele as well as teammates Serge Aurier and Moussa Sissoko also breaking the rules in separate incidents.

Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish also broke lockdown laws along with Mason Mount who disobeyed orders to self-isolate after teammate Callum Hudson-Odoi tested positive for the virus back in March.