Serie A soccer players reject virus pay cut

'They want to make players alone pay for crisis' says union

07 April, 13:31

    (ANSmed) - MILAN, APRIL 7 - Italian soccer players have rejected taking a pay cut for the coronavirus emergency.

    On Monday Serie A agreed to a 30% cut for players and staff if the competition is not completed, and a one-sixth cut if it is.

    "It's a disgraceful and unacceptable proposal," said the vice president of players' association AIC, Umberto Calcagno.

    "They want to make the players alone pay for the possible damage caused by the crisis." (ANSAmed).

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