Harry Kane insists that players should ‘stick to the rules’ and celebrate less exaggerated celebrations
Harry Kane is as good as his word as Tottenham star celebrates goal against Fulham with high-fives after insisting players should ‘stick to the rules’ and not hug each other after scoring
- Football players have received a new warning to adhere to strict rules for the corona virus
- Players celebrating wildly and managers shaking hands have voiced concerns
- Tottenham star Harry Kane insisted that his peers should now stick to the guidelines
- The striker set a good example on Wednesday with his modest celebration
Tottenham talisman Harry Kane insisted that players should ‘obey the rules’ and wanted to cut parties amid the looming threat of harsh penalties.
The worrying wave of new coronavirus infections in football has led authorities to redouble their steadfast position that all unnecessary contact, such as hugging teammates, should be avoided.
And after admitting that the current season is “ alien to everyone, ” Kane has now outlined the common belief among his peers that safety should come first.
Harry Kane has insisted that players ‘must adhere’ to the strict coronavirus restrictions in football
He told Amazon Prime, ‘We just have to obey the rules. It’s a strange season for everyone.
Obviously it’s not ideal, but it’s the situation we’re in. Hopefully if we score a pair tonight, we should just give each other a few high fives and get on with it.
‘I think we have to get used to it for now. Hopefully it won’t take too long.
Tottenham star Kane was a golden example after his subdued celebration on Wednesday
“But as players we like to adapt to keep the safety of the players high.”
Kane was able to set a gold standard after scoring the opening goal in Tottenham’s game against Fulham on Wednesday.
The English captain nodded to Sergio Reguilon’s inch-perfect delivery – marking the occasion with a quiet moment consisting of only high-fives.
In recent days, Secretary of Sport Nigel Huddleston has warned players to adhere to the crackdown.
Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston tweeted on Wednesday that players must follow the rules
Images of soccer players celebrating wildly in recent weeks have forced officials to work hard
Images of footballers celebrating wildly with those around them, and managers shaking hands with their opposites, have sparked new concerns about a massive outbreak in football.
Sportsmail understand, however, that the general consensus among Premier League staff is that it is too far-fetched for stars to completely stop themselves from partying in the heat of the moment.
In fact, players are believed to marvel at the guidelines, who were under the impression that the rules have always been in place since football’s return last June.