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Tottenham Chairman Levy Slammed For Slashing Staff Wages While Taking Home £4m Bonus

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy has come under heavy criticism after confirming 20 percent pay cuts for non-playing staff members at the club.

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Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has drawn the ire of the Tottenham faithful after slashing the wages of the staff at the club. The coronavirus outbreak has suspended all football in England including the Premier League, which cause wage cuts for players in the top flight. However, Tottenham announced that around 550 of the club's non-playing staff members will be imposed with a 20 percent wage cut amid the coronavirus lockdown.

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Tottenham pay cut for 550 non-playing staff: Daniel Levy confirms

A statement issued by the Tottenham chairman on Tuesday confirmed that 550 non-playing staff members at the club will take home only 80 percent of their entire salaries for April and May. The decision regarding the Tottenham pay cut for the non-playing employees has earned Daniel Levy some heavy criticism from journalists and former footballers. Here is the official message from the Tottenham chairman:

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Premier League coronavirus: Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy slammed

The news of the Tottenham pay cut for the non-playing employees has caused unrest amongst journalists and former footballers. Although the players at Tottenham haven't confirmed any pay cuts as of now, the decision to reduce the wages of the relatively lower earners has enraged a few journalists. More so, Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy is the highest-earning club executive in the Premier League. 

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Premier League coronavirus: Tottenham pay cut for 550 non-playing members condemned

Daniel Levy is understood to have taken a pay cut as well but considering his annual pay worth £7 million (annual salary of £3m plus an additional £4m bonus), Levy has been accused of taking advantage of the government subsidies for stood down workers. Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho is earning around $600,000 per week while talismanic striker Harry Kane reportedly earns $400,000 per week. Renowned Guardian journalist Chris Godfrey and former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore were among the few to express their discontent on the pay cut update from Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy.

 

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