Union Berlin players agree to go without wages


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  • Thursday, 26 Mar 2020

FILE PHOTO: Soccer Football - Bundesliga - RB Leipzig v Union Berlin - Red Bull Arena, Leipzig, Germany - January 18, 2020 1. FC Union Berlin's Marius Bulter celebrates scoring their first goal with Christopher Lenz REUTERS/Matthias Rietschel

(Reuters) - The players at Union Berlin have agreed to go without their wages after the Bundesliga club said that the stoppage caused by the coronavirus pandemic had left it in an "extraordinary and difficult situation".

Like football around the world, the Bundesliga has been suspended because of the global health crisis, depriving clubs of much of their revenue for possibly months.

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