Suzanne Winters has called on Arsenal, Manchester City and Manchester United to come out and apologise for allowing some players to visit Dubai during the recent winter break.
It has subsequently led to a few of the travelling group testing positive for COVID-19 and a spate of WSL games postponed as a result.
Arsenal’s trip to Aston Villa, alongside Manchester City’s home clash with West Ham and their Continental League Cup quarter-final tie against Chelsea as well as Manchester United’s at Everton have all been called off after it was reported a number of players visited Dubai on a “business trip”.
Although Manchester United Women’s manager Casey Stoney took full responsibility for her players’ actions – there has been no official response from any of the three clubs.
“Everybody deserves the clubs to make a statement, to come out and apologise,” former Scotland international Winters exclusively told Sky Sports News.
“At the end of the day everyone makes mistakes but we do need to get these clubs and the players involved to understand they have made the wrong decision.
“They need to apologise to everyone involved who are adhering to government…