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LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League strugglers Norwich City have said they will not go back on their decision to furlough non-playing staff due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, as the club believes the decision is the right one for "business".
LONDON (Reuters) - Players at the Premier League's top clubs should "stick to their guns" and resist pressure to take pay cuts during the COVID-19 shutdown, ex-Manchester United captain Roy Keane said on Friday.
(Reuters) - Luton Town have terminated the contracts of manager Graeme Jones and his staff as the English Championship (second-tier) team grapple with the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the club said on Friday.
(Reuters) - The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) on Wednesday expressed its disappointment with Southend United chairman Ron Martin after the club's decision to furlough some of its players due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
(Reuters) - The financial impact of the coronavirus crisis is likely to result in tighter rugby squads, which will put a premium on players who can operate at different positions, England coach Eddie Jones has said.
(Reuters) - The novel coronavirus has crippled the global economy and devastated lives and families but Atletico Madrid and Spain midfielder Saul Niguez believes there is a way out if people show solidarity with each other.
ROME (Reuters) - The players and coaching staff at Serie A side AS Roma have agreed to go without four months' salary to help the club through the crisis caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
(Reuters) - Premiership club Saracens have asked their highest-earning players to defer part of their salaries until the start of the 2020/21 season and placed staff on the British government's furloughing scheme.
(Reuters) - Following is a list of English Premier League clubs that have furloughed staff after professional football in the country was suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.
(Reuters) - Arsenal will not use the government's furlough scheme and will continue paying employees and casual workers their full salaries until the end of May, the Premier League club said on Wednesday.