Twellman gets down on Weston McKennie for group rules infringement (1:17)
Taylor Twellman responds to Weston McKennie’s suspension from the USMNT after the group’s 1-1 draw versus Canada. (1:17)
US public group director Gregg Berhalter sent midfielder Weston McKennie back to club side Juventus in front of Wednesday’s World Cup qualifier against Honduras, the U.S. Soccer Federation reported on Monday.
The choice comes after McKennie was suspended for Sunday’s 1-1 draw against Canada in World Cup qualifying. McKennie later posted on Instagram that his suspension was because of him breaking the group’s COVID-19 conventions.메이저놀이터
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After the match, Berhalter said that it “stays not yet clear” if McKennie would be accessible for the Honduras match. On Monday, the choice was made to suspend him further.
“Weston will get back to Italy and will be inaccessible for the match against Honduras because of an infringement of group strategy,” Berhalter said by means of an assertion. “There are exclusive standards for the people who are a piece of the U.S. Men’s National Team, and to be effective it’s significant that everybody in the gathering is responsible.”
San Jose Earthquakes midfielder Jackson Yueill has been brought in to have McKennie’s spot. It was additionally reported that Barcelona safeguard Sergino Dest has been managed out of the Honduras game in the wake of hyper-extending a lower leg against Canada.
With goalkeeper Zack Steffen testing positive for COVID-19 and Giovanni Reyna experiencing a hamstring strain in the 0-0 tie against El Salvador, the U.S. Will have 23 players accessible for choice on Wednesday. Steffen’s right on target the program was taken by New York City FC goalkeeper Sean Johnson.
The shortfall of McKennie will be acutely felt, yet Berhalter unmistakably thought he had no real option except to allot further discipline to the Juventus midfielder following his infringement of the group’s convention.