BUSTED!! 9 Footballers Was Charged Over Coronavirus Rule Breaches

Boli Bolingoli and eight Aberdeen players have been charged by the SFA after high-profile breaches of coronavirus quarantine rules.

Celtic defender Bolingoli – who did not quarantine after returning from a trip to Spain – and Aberdeen’s Jonny Hayes, Scott McKenna, Sam Cosgrove, Craig Bryson, Bruce Anderson, Dylan McGeouch, Matty Kennedy and Michael Devlin, who visited a bar following their opening-day loss to Rangers, have been charged.
The nine players will will face two charges – one of failing to comply with regulations and another of bringing the game into disrepute.
The SFA has also opened disciplinary proceedings against both clubs for alleged breaches of its coronavirus testing regulations.
Aberdeen confirmed the players have been “fined heavily” following an internal club investigation.
The Scottish Premiership clubs have both had their next two league games postponed and Scotland’s First Minister Nicola Sturgeon accused players of being “incapable of living up to their responsibilities”, after Celtic’s Bolingoli broke coronavirus quarantine rules before playing in their 1-1 draw with Kilmarnock on Sunday.

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