The Scottish Authorities might put the brakes again on skilled soccer in mild of the Boli Bolingoli affair amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Celtic defender has landed himself in sizzling water with membership officers after breaking COVID-19 quarantine guidelines when he took a secret journey to Spain earlier than the Hoops’ season opener towards Kilmarnock.
The 25-year-old didn’t alert his membership that he had been to the high-risk nation – Europe’s worst-hit nation ranked by confirmed circumstances – after which didn’t isolate upon his return as he featured within the 1-1 draw at Rugby Park on August 9.
A spokesperson has since confirmed the Scottish Authorities are contemplating pausing the season after being made conscious of the Bolingoli incident.
“The Scottish Authorities is conscious of experiences of a Celtic FC participant having damaged quarantine guidelines final week,” the spokesperson advised the Scottish Solar.
“We’re at present in dialogue with the membership and soccer governing our bodies to determine the details.
“If confirmed as one other critical incident inside Scottish soccer, the place protocols have been breached on the danger of wider public well being, then the Scottish Authorities can have little selection however to think about whether or not a pause is now wanted within the resumption of the sport in Scotland.”
Former Bhoys striker Chris Sutton let rip on the Belgian on Twitter, insisting it’s time for the membership to chop ties with the participant.
“There ought to be no manner again for Bolingoli at Celtic now,” Sutton tweeted.
“If he knowingly went to Spain earlier than the Kilmarnock recreation and broke quarantine guidelines he confirmed he actually doesn’t give a s*** about his teammates, the supervisor and the assist… Celtic ought to get rid instantly.”