Kroos rectifies: “I see logical to give up part of the salary”

first_imgToni Kroos He wanted to clarify his words about the voluntary agreement reached between Real Madrid and its players to lower the salary by 10% if the competition resumes and by 20% if no more is played. The midfielder posted: “It may not have been translated correctly or some may not want to understand it. From the first moment, my opinion you know me well, is this: If we can help workers and areas in the club, it makes sense to give up part of our salary, something that has been verified today “. These statements are preceded by those made by the German midfielder on the SWR podcast about a possible drop and which caused great controversy: “A drop in salary is like a donation in vain or for the club. I am in favor of paying the Full salary and everyone doing sensible things with it. Everyone is asked to help where it’s needed, and there are many places where it’s needed. “ Alan Shearer, the Premier League’s all-time leading scorer, supported Kroos’ words regarding the drop in wages: “Lowering the salary is either lost or donated to the club. I am in favor of everyone doing sensible things with their salary Many of these footballers earn a lot of money and should contribute, but I am sure that the vast majority are willing to help, if they have not already done so. “center_img It is possible that it has not been translated correctly or that some do not want to understand.From the first moment, my opinion you know me well, is this: if we can help workers and areas in the Club, it is logical to give up part of our salary, something that It has been verified today.– Toni Kroos (@ToniKroos) April 8, 2020last_img read more

The Peruvian league will not resume before next July

first_imgThe Opening Tournament It has been suspended since the general and mandatory quarantine was decreed in Peru on March 16 when the first six days had barely been disputed, so the other thirteen dates are still pending, in addition to all the Clausura Tournament and the Bicentennial Cup.Likewise, the second division championship was scheduled to start in May, so the uncertainty regarding its celebration has led to the Coopsol Sport to terminate the contracts of all its staff and to Sport Chavelines to suspend payments.In that context Lima Alliance, which is managed under bankruptcy administration to pay off its historic debt, has proposed a three-month salary reduction for all its workers, including soccer players.Two weeks ago the Professional Football Sports Association (ADFP), which groups the first and second division clubs, sent a letter to the FPF to ask for financial aid during this crisis, but Lozano indicated that they cannot specify anything until they have a horizon of when soccer can resume.Although Peru was the first country in Latin America to enact the general and mandatory quarantine, when it had barely registered 71 positive cases of COVID-19, The emergency currently has its health system on the ropes after 445 people have died and more than 16,000 infected have been detected in the last five weeks. The Peruvian league will not resume before July and when it does it will probably be behind closed doors for the rest of the championship, as anticipated this Monday the president of the Peruvian Football Federation (FPF), Agustín Lozano.“By no means will it be in the months of May or June,” he warned the station. RPP News Lozano, whose institution organizes the first and second division tournaments.The head of the FPF explained that up to ten different ways of organizing the rest of the season are considered, which depend on the moment and the conditions that the Government sets to gradually lift the quarantine decreed since March 16.However, Lozano almost took it for granted that the resumption will be done with games behind closed doors, because the Government has already anticipated that it will not allow large concentrations of people until next year.“We have ten different scenarios to resume League 1, each with different positions that will depend on the recommendations or health requirements,” said Lozano. “The ones that come closest are those of playing behind closed doors respecting all the venues or a single venue that would be Lima in different stadiums,” he added.To resume soccer in July, the FPF president acknowledged that The response of society to the first measures that soften citizen immobilization will be very important. “If you do not know how to manage or control because collaboration is not ideal, it is impossible to think that facilities will be given to other sectors of the country such as soccer,” he added.last_img read more