McKennie would not gown for qualifier after violating guidelines


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Midfielder Weston McKennie didn’t gown for Sunday night time’s World Cup qualifier towards Canada after violating crew COVID-19 guidelines.

McKennie, who performs for Juventus, had began Thursday night time’s opening 0-0 draw at El Salvador and is among the many prime American gamers.

“Sadly, I’m suspended for tonight’s match attributable to a violation of crew COVID-19 protocols,” McKennie mentioned in an announcement he posted on Instagram. “I’m sorry for my actions. I might be cheering exhausting for the boys tonight and hope to be again with the crew quickly.”

McKennie was dropped for Juventus’ derby at Torino on April 3 by coach Andrea Pirlo. McKennie and teammates Paolo Dybala didn’t gown, and Italian media reported the explanation was a celebration at McKennie’s residence in Turin that violated Italian COVID-19 restrictions.


Extra AP soccer: and



Recommended For You

About the Author: soccernews

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *