West Ham players agreed for 30 percent wage deferrals

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As we all know that the coronavirus pandemic has spread all over the world. All the sports have been cancelled and postponed due to the COVID 19. All clubs and federation had an huge loss as whole season is being postponed.

On Friday, West Ham the club of English Premier League announced that their players have agreed over wage deferrals to ensure that non-playing staff continue to receive their salaries in full.

There are few people in the club who will receive their salary with the suspension of 30%.
West Ham says “the savings created by the measures above will support the entire infrastructure of the club and enable us to retain jobs and continue to pay 100% of staff salaries.”

Kenny Brady said: “I would like to say a big thank you to David Moyes and his backroom team, our captain Mark Noble and our fantastic squad of players for the commitment and determination they have shown to offer their help and support.”

I would like to thanks all the shareholders who are supporting us through equity once again demonstrates their commitment to the future of the Club” he added.

Noble said: “As players we have been in constant dialogue with the Club since the situation around Covid-19 emerged and I am proud that our entire squad have made clear their strong desire to play our part in helping to support others through this situation.”

Ralph Hasenhuttl, the manager of Southampton’s players, his staff and the director of the club agreed to defer their salaries for 3 months that I’d April, May and June. Southampton made declaration that they would not be using the the public money to paying their employees.


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