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Premier League accused of 'moral vacuum' as clubs cut staff wages

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By Kieran CANNING

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The squad of Italian champions Juventus, including Cristiano Ronaldo, have agreed to have their wages stopped for four months

As they should. Players on very high salaries can and should be willing to take a hit.

No surprise to see Newcastle involved here. Ashley is revolting.

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It would take a person earning about ¥5,000,000 yen a year about 400 years to earn mo salahs yearly salary

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Liverpool are paying all non playing staff during the pandemic.

The players are making personal donations and also helping food banks for the needy people.

Brighton manager and players have accepted a 70% wage cut to support the non playing staff.

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