- Mar 29, 2019
Well obviously it does. Kante is in a worse predicament as he is directly vulnerable to the virus.Why does that question at the end not apply to Kante as well as Deeney? And Deeney is captain, therefore he has been representing his club in the video calls with league officials. Of course he is going to be more vocal than Kante on the matter.
Can you not see why Deeney would not want to isolate himself away from his young and vulnerable baby for the sake of finishing the season? It’s not hard to see why he would be reluctant to forego that physical connection for the sake of playing football, especially when we can only speculate as to the severity of the baby’s pre-existing medical condition.
Yes, If Deeney decides that he isn't prepared to take a risk then that's his decision. He should make his club aware of it and allow them to deal with it.
There is no need for him to do breakfast television interviews with Piers Morgan whipping up the frenzy about football players resuming the job they get paid to do.