West Ham’s Gilly Flaherty says players who went to Dubai should apologise

  • Two WSL games have been called off after positive Covid tests
  • Club captain says that ‘arrogance’ has crept into women’s game

The fallout from the Dubai trip made by several Arsenal and Manchester City Women players during the WSL winter break continues with the West Ham captain, Gilly Flaherty, calling for them to apologise for their actions.

Three Arsenal players and four Manchester City players travelled to the UAE with a number of positive Covid tests stemming from the trip. Arsenal were due to play Aston Villa and City set to take on West Ham on Saturday but both matches have been called off. The FA said that both clubs had provided evidence that they did not have 14 players available for the games.

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