Jamie Carragher did not mince his words when he spoke about Liverpool's initial attitude towards its employees.
Referring to the decision of the "reds" to make their employees available, taking advantage of the government's regulation due to the coronation (a decision that they recalled after fierce criticism), the former ace of the team "threw it" at the administration.
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"I was upset because Liverpool as European champions, as Premier League champions, even to rival fans, seemed like a role model and everyone would want to see their teams go with that plan. And such a wrong decision made me ashamed to be a Liverpool fan. "
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Real Madrid is expected to make reductions of up to 12%
The people of Real Madrid have two plans in mind, regarding the cuts in the players' contracts.
Their plans for salary cuts, due to the declining income they have due to the pandemic of the coronaire, are being made in Real Madrid.
According to "Cadena SER", the Madridians have two plans in mind regarding the cuts in the football department and they will depend on the development of the events.
Specifically, if the championship and the Champions League continue, Real Madrid is expected to proceed with reductions that will reach 12%. On the contrary, if there is a final break in the competitions or in some of them, such as the championship, then the "scissors" will reach 20%.
The gap is widening
The frontal clash between the teams and the players' side seems fatal.
As the talks between the Premier League teams and the players continue, the gap between them and their salaries will widen.
A new episode unfolded this time around in the last few hours, a teleconference in which players, led by Jordan Henderson, reiterated their position that they would not back down and that their only concession would be to delay payment. of their money.
At the same time, according to British reports, the executive director of the Players' Union, Gordon Taylor, insists that the teams do not need to make cuts, stressing that the owners have those stocks that allow them to be consistent in their obligations.
This view is shared by many players and they insist on their demands, especially if the season resumes normally.
Solskier: "Discussions between players and clubs are ongoing"
"It's unfair to call someone individually or the players as a team because I already know that the players are doing a lot of work in the community and they want to help a lot in this situation."
Ole Gunnar Solskier took a clear position in favor of the players on the big issue of their contract reductions. In an interview with skysports, the coach of Manchester United described the tactics of the teams as unfair, as he says that the players support the efforts that are being made and want to help a lot.
"It simply came to our notice then. It is unfair to call someone individually or the players as a team because I already know that the players are doing a lot of work in the community and the players want to help a lot in this situation ", he said and continued:
"Discussions between the players and the clubs are ongoing, what kind of contribution they will make, it is not easy for anyone and it is not fair for me. Mistakes are made and have been made by many people and we also learn from them. Now it's time to make better, better decisions, I think we all want to help, the communities. "
An upheaval in the case of Icardi, who will probably stay in Paris.
Despite the fact that several clouds had gathered around Paris Saint-Germain's relationship with Mauro Icardi, the two sides seem to be continuing together for good.
According to a report by "Corrieredellosport", the French champions decided to pay 70 million euros to Inter to acquire him, just as the two sides have agreed since the summer and are expected to exercise the option, two months before its end. .
With this development, according to the publication, the conclusion emerges that Thomas Tuchel will hardly continue on the bench of his team, while the replacement of Cavani, whose contract is coming to an end, will be the Argentine forward.
Lippi: "It doesn't matter if the games are closed or not"
Marcello Lippi spoke to "Gazzetta dello Sport" on the occasion of the coronation pandemic and the effects it has on football.
The former federal coach of Italy expressed his view that Serie A should be completed in its normal form, without the playoffs or any other alternative.
"It doesn't matter if the games are closed or not. This is not the problem, "said the 71-year-old 2006 world champion." The problem is that absolutely nothing can happen if a team, say fifty people, travel and meet waiters, cooks, drivers. Only when we win this war should we start again. From the 26th match day and for the remaining 12 days. The new season should not start before the end of this season. The next one will start later. "