Premier League clubs accused of 'moral vacuum' over pay during virus crisis

01 April 2020 12:41
Politicians angry at cuts to non-playing staff wagesPlayers’ pay to be discussed on WednesdayPremier League football has been accused of operating in a “moral vacuum” after clubs cut wages or furloughed non-playing staff but continued to pay players their full wage.Before a meeting on Wednesday at which the Premier League, English Football League and Professional Footballers’ Association will continue talks regarding pay, there was outspoken criticism from politicians. Related: 'Our players are afraid': Nicaraguan football ploughs on amid the crisis Continue readingreadfullarticle

Source: TheGuardian