Chris Wilder and Sheffield United coaching staff agree to wage deferrals for SIX MONTHS amid the coronavirus crisis due to cash flow problems
Chris Wilder and his Sheffield United coaching staff have agreed to defer their wages for six months.
The Premier League outfit have revealed the act will assist with cash-flow issues surrounding the coronavirus pandemic.
The Blades also said they will be able to pay their staff their full salary as a result of the act.
Chris Wilder and his Sheffield United coaching staff have agreed to defer their wages
Blades manager Wilder commented: ‘It is a difficult time for everyone and that includes football clubs and this particular measure is all about our football club.
‘I’ve had similar experiences of cash flow problems at other clubs and I’m delighted that my staff have supported me in assisting our club in a small way.
Chief executive officer Stephen Bettis also agreed to a partial wage deduction
The club say the act will assist with cash-flow issues surrounding the coronavirus pandemic
Bettis added: ‘There is a long uncertain road ahead, but we remain committed to doing everything we can to ensure the stability of this great football club.
‘I’d like to thank Chris and the senior coaching staff for being united in joining me in these short-term remuneration deferrals.’
Wilder had guided Sheffield United to seventh place in Premier League before the suspension