Grimsby Town manager Ian Holloway says it "beggars belief" that footballers continue to breach lockdown restrictions.
England international defender Kyle Walker who was born in Sheffield, apologised over the weekend after he was reported to have hosted a party during the coronavirus pandemic.
Walker said his "actions were in direct contrast to what I should have been doing regarding the lockdown".
The day after the defender's apology, his club manager Pep Guardiola lost his mother to coronavirus, and Grimsby boss Holloway told radio station talkSPORT
Holloway, who has given his League Two players a pre-season-style programme to follow during the lockdown, says the current crisis shows the world has its priorities wrong.