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LONDON (Reuters) - Southampton have become the first Premier League club to announce that their players and coaching staff will defer part of their salaries as the shutdown because of the coronavirus pandemic continues.
LIVERPOOL, England (Reuters) - Liverpool striker Sadio Mane has praised manager Juergen Klopp for his positivity as the club's players sit idle with the Premier League on hold and the team facing the prospect of missing out on a first championship triumph in 30 years.
(Reuters) - British Cycling will furlough around a third of their staff in April and May due to the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic, the governing body's CEO Julie Harrington said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Following is a list of English clubs that have furloughed staff after professional football in the country was suspended due to the coronavirus outbreak.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One has put almost half its staff on furlough until the end of May due to the novel coronavirus with chairman Chase Carey and senior management also taking a pay cut, an F1 spokesman said on Tuesday.
LISBON (Reuters) - The Portuguese footballers' union (SJPF) has criticised the practice of furloughing players during the coronavirus stoppage as opportunist and urged clubs to find their own solutions to the crisis.
(Reuters) - Tottenham Hotspur's fans are urging the club to follow Liverpool's move and reverse its decision to make use of a government scheme to pay furloughed staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors on Monday accused two former 21st Century Fox Inc executives of paying millions of dollars in bribes to secure lucrative media and marketing rights to soccer matches, the latest charges in a long-running investigation of corruption surrounding FIFA, soccer's world governing body.
(Reuters) - Premier League leaders Liverpool have reversed their decision to furlough some of their non-playing staff and club CEO Peter Moore apologised to fans on Monday after the decision drew sharp criticism from the British government and supporters.