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As short-term work can only be introduced with the consent of the employee, the players would have to accept a salary cut from May.

EV Zug is facing the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Patrick Lengwiler is convinced that they can find a solution that satisfies all sides as he tells the Luzerner Zeitung: "My personal feeling is that the players are aware of the difficult situation and want to contribute to the survival of the club. A wage dispute won't get us any further in this time and will only damage the reputation of our club".

After all, as the CEO of EV Zug adds, "we're all on the same boat and it's not their fault that they cannot work during the compulsory break, but not ours either."

( 03 April 2020 | lle )
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