Rangers players, coaches and executives voluntarily take salary deferral

7 April 2020

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Photo: PA Images Rangers' first team players, coaches, manager and executive directors have voluntarily agreed to take a wage deferral for the next three months to offset the lack of income due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Those in question will take a wage deferral for the next three months.

The club intend to implement the government's coronavirus job retention scheme for a number of employees.

Emil Gjerding Nielson nielson@offthepitch.com

Rangers' first team players, coaches, manager and executive directors have voluntarily agreed to take a wage deferral for the next three months to offset the lack of income due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The crisis is hitting clubs hard in terms of cash flow as they continue to be without matchday income for the foreseeable future. Especially those in smaller leagues suffer as they are more dependant on the constant flow of income.

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