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Jamie Carragher And Stan Collymore Slam Liverpool Over Government Furlough Scheme

Jamie Carragher And Stan Collymore Slam Liverpool Over Government Furlough Scheme

By Mike Parrott

Jamie Carragher and Stan Collymore both release public lashings of their old Club, Liverpool, after they announced they will be using the Government furlough payment scheme for their non-playing staff. The Government will have to cover 80% of their Monthly salary while Liverpool cover the rest.

Liverpool have become the latest club to take advantage of the Government furlough payment scheme to pay their non-playing staff. The scheme constitutes that the British Government will cover 80% of their wages due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

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The North-West outfit joins Tottenham, Norwich, Newcastle, and Bournemouth as another team to take advantage of the scheme, much to the dismay of footballing and non-footballing fans alike.

Liverpool legends, Jamie Carragher and Stan Collymore, have both come out to lament their old Club, Liverpool had recently revealed they had generated £42million profit over the last financial year albeit having a record-high spending on transfers.

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Carragher took to his Twitter account to slate the Club, pointing out how Manager Jurgen Klopp and the players had been proactive in regards to wage cuts and compassion regarding the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Collymore's Tweet was more explicit than Carragher's, saying that the fans would be disgusted at the club for their use of the Government-funded scheme.

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Other clubs such as Manchester United have taken the direct opposite route to the Coronavirus pandemic, to instead help the less-fortunate.

The Glazers have stuck to paying the playing and non-playing staff their regular wages without the help of the Government furlough scheme, while club Captain Harry Maguire, organised the Manchester United players to donate 30% of their salaries to NHS hospitals and medical centres in Manchester.

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Topics: Harry Maguire, Liverpool, Football, Manchester United, Premier League, Coronavirus, Stan Collymore, Jamie Carragher

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