Leeds Uniteds player coach team is the first British football team to voluntarily extend wages

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 Leeds Uniteds player coach team is the first British football team to voluntarily extend wages


Yesterday, the president of Leeds United, the head of the team and representatives of the players met, and they quickly made the decision. Leeds United players also jointly issued a statement: Leeds United is a big family, the culture of this club is created by everyone in the team, including players, management, employees, fans in the stands. We have an uncertain future and we have to work together to find a way for the club to get through the difficult times

My players have shown incredible unity and harmony and I am proud of their decision, said Leeds United director victor. I would also like to thank belsa and his coaching team for putting the team first and caring about everyone in the family. Now, we have to focus on public health. Leeds United are currently at the top of the league, with nine games left in the championship this season.

The outbreak cost Leeds millions of pounds a month. Yesterday, the Daily Telegraph revealed that the Premier League may allow players to reduce their salaries by 50% during the outbreak, and then pay back the money after returning to work. With Leeds United being the first to announce a wage extension today, more clubs are bound to follow suit in the future.

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