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HomeEPL English Premier LeagueAndre Gray has apologised for violating Covid-19 lock-down laws

Andre Gray has apologised for violating Covid-19 lock-down laws

Andre Gray has apologised for violating Covid-19 lock-down laws
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Watford star Andre Gray apologized for breaking Covid-19 lockout laws by holding a birthday party.

The Englishman and Domingos Quina have allegedly attended a “20-man swarm” at the forward ‘s house last week with the administration despite everything taking social distancing steps. This saw both the couple, in addition to midfielder Nathaniel Chalobah, both axed on Sunday for the 3-1 defeat to Southampton. And Gray has now stood up at his home after the party, which he shares with Little Mix actress Leigh-Anne Pinnock.

Posting on his Instagram story, Gray said: “I wanted to wait to make open apologies as my first apology should have been first for my teammates and staff not having the option to participate in the game yesterday and the hazard I may have caused!”

“I also want to clarify that it wasn’t cared for what’s been portrayed as a late-night party and only a gathering of companions that transformed into a sort of football tournament on my birthday! I understand my obligations and will take the necessary steps to take care of business, pardon me again!

Quina also apologized via his own Instagram channel for his actions.

The Portuguese footballer said: “I want to apologize to the general population for avoiding last week’s birthday party for my teammates. It was a stupid mistake to make in endangering my family’s health and safety, my teammates, and others. As a professional footballer, I am in a fortunate job and understand that I should make trustworthy choices and to behave in the correct way. We should proceed onward in the information that I will do all that I can to stay aware of what the Watford fans merit whenever called on.”

Watford manager Nigel Pearson declined to remark on the trio that was forgotten about after the Saint’s misfortune, leaving the Hornets only one point above the drop and a game ahead.