Two Soccer Stars Cut From England National Team for Sneaking Women into Quarantine Hotel in Iceland

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SJ - September 9, 2020

Soccer stars Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood were cut from the England National team for sneaking women into their quarantine hotel in Iceland.  The two tried to get as many as four women to visit them in the hotel.

They settled for two, 20-year-old Icelandic beauty queen Nadia Sif Lindal Gunnarsdottir and her 19-year-old law student cousin Lara Clausen.  The women shared video and pictures from their night with Foden and Greenwood.

From Daily Mail:

The Three Lions pair, who both made their England debut in the game against Iceland on Saturday but have since been sent home, sneaked the young women into the team hotel.

A picture taken by one of them revealed father-of-one Foden, who has a longterm girlfriend, in his boxers facing away from the camera with his bottom hanging out.

The women also posted a shot of the footballers with the caption: 'Chillin with Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden.'

The two women booked themselves two rooms on a separate floor away from the rest of the team and then allegedly spent a few hours at the hotel, leaving before breakfast. They paid for the rooms themselves, one told MailOnline.

Last night England boss Gareth Southgate branded his young players 'naive' and said he had 'no alternative' but to axe them from the squad.

When is the younger generation going to learn?  If you're going to partake in extracurricular activities you need to collect the phones, especially during a pandemic.  Derek Jeter never had these kinds of issues...

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