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1 June 2020


Premier League 30% pay cut plans would harm NHS

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The Professional Footballers' Association says proposals for a 30% pay cut for Premier League players would be "detrimental to our NHS".

Axar.az reports citing foreign media.

The PFA also called on the league to increase its own £20m charity pledge.

The government has said it is "concerned" by what it called "infighting".

The league wants players to take a 30% salary cut in order to protect jobs, amid the coronavirus pandemic.

But the union says that equates to more than £500m in wage reductions, and a loss in tax contributions of more than £200m to the UK government.

Date
2020.04.05 / 13:33
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