UK news James McClean suspended by Stoke City over breach of Covid-19 regulations last news

MetiNews.Com - Republic of Ireland international James McClean has been suspended by his club, Stoke City, after an alleged breach of Covid-19 regulations around training.

UK news James McClean suspended by Stoke City over breach of Covid-19 regulations last news

MetiNews.Com - Republic of Ireland international James McClean has been suspended by his club, Stoke City, after an alleged breach of Covid-19 regulations around training.

UK news  James McClean suspended by Stoke City over breach of Covid-19 regulations last news
14 January 2021 - 23:00

Breaking News ! "Republic of Ireland international James McClean has been suspended by his club, Stoke City, after an alleged breach of Covid-19 regulations around training. McClean will not be involved in Saturday's Championship game against Blackburn as the club await the outcome of an internal probe."Stoke City can confirm that James McClean has been suspended with immediate effect pending a disciplinary hearing into an alleged breach of COVID-19 regulations, namely training in a private gym," the club said in a statement on Thursday night.

."McClean has played 16 league games for Stoke this season, with City in eighth place in the Championship table." }

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UK news James McClean suspended by Stoke City over breach of Covid-19 regulations last news


UK news James McClean suspended by Stoke City over breach of Covid-19 regulations last news


UK news James McClean suspended by Stoke City over breach of Covid-19 regulations last news


UK news James McClean suspended by Stoke City over breach of Covid-19 regulations last news

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