Argentine Racing Club announced a reduction in the salaries of players and technical staff during a pause in competitions in the country due to the outbreak of the Coruna virus.
The Argentine champions league season 19-19 season became the first club in Argentina to cut the salary of its players after discussing the matter in Argentine football earlier.
The club issued a statement, “Racing Club reports that due to the health emergencies we are experiencing as a result of the Corona virus epidemic, which means the cessation of scheduled sporting activities and leads to severe economic and financial complications, it has reached an agreement with the players and coaches of the first team on their compensation until the resumption of football activity on Regular basis. “
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“In the spirit of protecting income and ensuring stability and continuity for all employees of the institution, the agreement provides for a significant reduction in salaries on the contractual income of players and training staff from the current month.”
“He thanked President Victor Blanco not only alongside the Board of Directors, but also proud of the gesture of solidarity from our professional and technical staff with the Foundation and also with their fellow workers in particular.”
Contests stopped in Argentina from March 17th, after the outbreak of the virus began in Tango.
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