With the Premier League suspended to try and help contain the coronavirus outbreak, players from every club in the country have been training from home to ensure they’re adhering to social distancing rules.
However, by the looks of things, the Special One has had enough of sitting at home, and as per the Evening Standard, was spotted on Hadley Common in Barnet on Tuesday evening, along with Davinson Sanchez, Tanguy Ndombele and Ryan Sessegnon.
All four live locally but the sight of such a high profile Premier League boss flaunting the governments guidelines is sure to cause some debate, and Spurs correspondent Dan Kilpatrick claims Tottenham’s hierarchy are far from happy with the scenes:
It remains to be seen whether or not Mourinho, or his players, will face any internal action, but what do you think of the impromptu session?
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