Premier League clubs will ask players to take a 30% pay cut in order to protect jobs in professional football.
The decision comes a day after Matt Hancock said everyone should do their part during the coronavirus crisis.
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AnthJJTraks #HarrysHeroes gotta say though these are the sort of players that resonate with me.Great programme great set of lad… https://t.co/CdP6mzqthT 4 hours ago
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Premier League confirms six positive COVID-19 cases after testingPremier League players return to training after clubs agree to allow "small group" sessions to begin.