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Championship Clubs may temp cap wages at £6000 a week

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Boris is paying 80% so they’ll be fine..

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42 minutes ago, nbupperthongowl said:

A number of championship clubs.....so Middlesbrough then

With a heading of “leading” championship clubs I realised it wouldn’t affect us.

Its another thumbs up from Jordan.

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49 minutes ago, prowl said:

How can they do it? The contracts are between club and player , the EFL aren't party to those contracts.

 

Players could challenge it and win. Maybe players with long term contracts might accept it. Why would players out of contract this summer?

 

If wages are reduced, players could call it breach of contract and walk out.

 

Desperation from the clubs but a lot are owned by multimillionaires.

 

That wouldn't be a bad thing, as things stand for us.

 

 

 

 

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31 minutes ago, sweetsheri said:

They won’t be playing for months any how 

They're paid to train, not to play. Maybe this shouldn't be temporary?

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Why tempary, make it permanent 

 

I'm living off 94£ a week because no one cares about self employed 

 

 

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Disgusting really how can they expect them to live on 6000 nicker a week?  Hopefully the government will top up their salary’s via universal credit.

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2 minutes ago, Kameron said:

Disgusting really how can they expect them to live on 6000 nicker a week?  Hopefully the government will top up their salary’s via universal credit.

How the little dears gonna pay insurance on their Mercedes and mortgage on 5 bedroom houses 

 

Have to have nandos only twice a week now 

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1 minute ago, WelshOwl74 said:

How the little dears gonna pay insurance on their Mercedes and mortgage on 5 bedroom houses 

 

Have to have nandos only twice a week now 


fizz em. 

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15 minutes ago, WelshOwl74 said:

Why tempary, make it permanent 

 

I'm living off 94£ a week because no one cares about self employed 

 

 

I'm not self employed and I'm on  £94 a week while ever I self isolate. The government says that I should do it for 12 weeks, my employer says it's my choice but if I do it then all I'm entitled to is ssp .

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12 minutes ago, sage owl said:

I'm not self employed and I'm on  £94 a week while ever I self isolate. The government says that I should do it for 12 weeks, my employer says it's my choice but if I do it then all I'm entitled to is ssp .

I feel your pain mate

 

Me and wife are both self employed 

Will get 188£ a week between us 

 

 

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1 hour ago, prowl said:

How can they do it? The contracts are between club and player , the EFL aren't party to those contracts.

 

Players could challenge it and win. Maybe players with long term contracts might accept it. Why would players out of contract this summer?

 

If wages are reduced, players could call it breach of contract and walk out.

 

Desperation from the clubs but a lot are owned by multimillionaires.

 

 

They have contracts and let's be honest unless there is a clause in there, it ain't happening unless they make a 'request' to player to do so who then agree.

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Hopefully Mr paxaio doesn't have to take a pay cut as he's advise to dc is top notch 

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1 hour ago, Owlsontheup said:

Boris will pay 80% so the little darlings will be fine...

He clearly hadn’t seen our wage bill when he made that announcement! 

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33 minutes ago, WelshOwl74 said:

I feel your pain mate

 

Me and wife are both self employed 

Will get 188£ a week between us 

 

 

At least I've already got next year's season ticket. 😕😕

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2 hours ago, Grez Bez said:

 

How will it affect them?

Cos they will get 10% of 6k instead of 10% of 75k (our average player wage) :rolleyes:

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3 hours ago, Salmonbones said:

Football may be more humble 12 months from now.

 

The whole world may be.

 

I struggle to understand how this can be implemented though.

Easy, pay them £6k a week. If any of them moan about it hang them out to dry and name them.

 

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3 hours ago, Key said:

If the EFL need any volunteers to test the viability of surviving on £6k p/w I’m willing to give it a go!

lol

Im with you Im willing to give it a go as well as hard as it would be,we must all stick together in these hard times.:image:

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2 hours ago, WelshOwl74 said:

Why tempary, make it permanent 

 

I'm living off 94£ a week because no one cares about self employed 

 

 

 

I do, 

I was self employed 

when City Link went under.

Christmas eve.

I feel for you.

Edited by daleblue

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