The Premier League postponed Indefinitely

The Premier is postponed without a date, asks for cuts in the salaries of players and approves millionaire aid to lower football ... and Health!

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The Premier League Postponed Indefinitely

The Premier League announced the postponement of the undated competition-its initial deadline was April 30,Untill it’s current uncertainty, in addition to approving a global economic plan that includes three points:

– The clubs will jointly ask their players for a 30% discount on their salaries to keep the rest of the jobs in their entities.

£ 125 million aid to the lower divisions (EFL and National League)

£ 20 million aid to English Public Health

The date for the return of the Premier League “is under continuous analysis,” the agency said in a video conference meeting held by the Premier, the PFA (Association of footballers) and the EFL (English Football League). “The Premier is working together with all professional soccer in this country, as well as with the Government and public agencies, to ensure that a collaborative solution is reached,” he said. “There is a collective goal that all League and Cup matches be played, allowing the integrity of each competition to be maintained,” said the Premier. The competition, he added, will only return with the “full support of the Government” and when medical recommendations so allow.

In addition, the Premier League will consult the clubs on reducing footballers’ salaries by up to 30%, due to the economic impact that the coronavirus crisis is having on English football. The Footballers Association (PFA) and the EFL, which comprises the minor divisions, have agreed “unanimously” to consult the players “for a combination of reductions and deferrals of 30% of their total annual remuneration.” “This measure will be constantly under analysis in case the circumstances change.” This decision comes after UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock asked footballers to cut wages for the common good.

In addition, the Premier has voted unanimously to help the minor divisions of English football, that is, from the second, as well as the National League, from the fifth division, to ensure the future of these competitions. They will advance a £ 125m fund out of concern about the severe difficulties “clubs across the football pyramid” may face.

In addition, the Premier League will consult the clubs on reducing footballers’ salaries by up to 30%, due to the economic impact that the coronavirus crisis is having on English football. The Footballers Association (PFA) and the EFL, which comprises the minor divisions, have agreed “unanimously” to consult the players “for a combination of reductions and deferrals of 30% of their total annual remuneration.” “This measure will be constantly under analysis in case the circumstances change.” This decision comes after UK Health Secretary Matt Hancock asked footballers to cut wages for the common good.

In addition, the Premier has voted unanimously to help the minor divisions of English football, that is, from the second, as well as the National League, from the fifth division, to ensure the future of these competitions. They will advance a £ 125m fund out of concern about the severe difficulties “clubs across the football pyramid” may face.The England FA is currently facing a whole lot of criticism for declaring the National League season Void.

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