Boothroyd: "We're regularly talking to the players about it. They are not just good players, it's important they become role models and know they have responsibilities"
England U21 boss Aidy Boothroyd has said his Young Lions are constantly reminded about their responsibilities, amid breaches of discipline in the senior squad.
Mason Greenwood and Phil Foden have been left out of the latest England squad by Gareth Southgate after being axed when they broke Covid-19 protocols following last month's 1-0 win in Iceland.
The pair were sent home from the England camp, missing the 0-0 draw in Denmark, and have not returned for games against Wales, Belgium and Denmark.
Tammy Abraham, Ben Chilwell and Jadon Sancho's arrival for international duty has also been delayed after the three players attended a party with more than six people for Abraham's birthday, in breach of coronavirus regulations. ข่าวล่าสุด
England U21s face a Euro 2021 qualifier in Andorra on Wednesday and Boothroyd believes his squad understand they are constantly in the spotlight.
He said: "We're regularly talking to the players about it. They are not just good players, it's important they become role models and know they have responsibilities. We're forever talking about that because it's important.
"We've all been young and got things wrong, it's part of growing up and part of becoming a well-rounded individual.