The Spirit of Shankly supporters' group says they are in favour of Liverpool's decision to furlough non-playing staff.
"Taking a 30 per cent salary deduction will cost the Exchequer substantial sums. This would be detrimental to our NHS..."
The decision by a quarter of Premier League clubs - Liverpool being the latest - hasn't gone down well in the Mailbox...
Liverpool have joined Spurs and Newcastle, among others, in placing non-playing staff on furlough...
Broadcasters will be able to screen Premier League games kicking off at 3pm live for the rest of the season...
The league also confirmed an immediate advance of £125million to the EFL and the National League.
"Perhaps the seriousness of the situation wasn't being understood across government at that time."
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The Belgian top flight announced on Thursday it was ending its season, with Club Brugge declared national champions.
"He is coming out and deflecting onto the easy targets, the footballers, and that doesn't sit right with me."
Spurs are 'planning a range of cutbacks' and will scale 'back the club's transfer fund'.
"The PL players are more than likely working on a proposal to help clubs, communities and The NHS."
The Mailbox reckons the season should only be voided if clubs go bust in the meantime. Otherwise, play on!
The PFA has issued a statement in response to the growing calls for action from their members...
Tottenham are among four Premier League clubs to announce a furlough of non-playing staff.
"You have never experienced things like this before, you see these kinds of things in TV shows or films."
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Football clubs are laying off non-footballers, but the PFA says its footballers should be paid.
Why do small acts of charity by footballers and their clubs get the 'absolute class' treatment?
“This exposes the crazy economics in English football and the moral vacuum at its centre.”
UEFA and leagues around Europe are committed to finishing the current season and that voiding it is not an option.
Kevin de Bruyne, like thousands of other footballers around the world, has been on lockdown with his family.
Surely we don't just go back to football being exactly the same? Our eyes are open...
Four bottom-half Premier League clubs now want the season to be voided, according to a report.
Over 60 non-league clubs have written to the FA to express their "profound concern and displeasure"...
A meeting to help plot European football's path through the coronavirus pandemic has been called for Wednesday.
Pep Guardiola is deeply missing football but the Man City manager underlined the importance of staying safe.
"Like I said, you don't get opportunities to do that often, so I'm trying to make the most of it."
Carlo Ancelotti says Jurgen Klopp was right to furious about Liverpool's tie with Atletico going ahead...
Juventus say they will revisit the arrangements if Serie A matches are resumed...
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