Baroka FC latest news: Club management explains why they won’t cut salaries

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Baroka FC latest news will surely delight club players, coaches, and support staff. The last news that came out was that no wages would be cut. The main reason is they are one of the established clubs in the PSL League with good supabets soccer results.

The pandemic has caused great damage to the sporting world because almost all competitions have been temporarily interrupted. Due to the situation caused by the pandemic, there are still no conditions to start playing football. South Africa has been without a football competition for more than a month. Many clubs have started the process of cutting their salaries.

Currently, four PSL League clubs have confirmed that they will reduce wages for players. Heads of local clubs warned of the current situation. They said football would not remain immune to job losses. SAFPU negotiated with the affected clubs and called on all PSL teams to be honest with their players.

The Royal Eagles are a club that didn’t pay off their player’s whole salary. Tshakhuma Tsha Madzivhandila, Cape United, Cape Town City, AmaZulu are currently locked in when it comes to negotiations on player pay cuts. Unlike other clubs, Khurishi Mphahlele explains that the situation at his club is still good. It is not yet time to discuss the pay cut. Mphahlele hopes his club will not join others who have already started cutting costs.

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Baroka FC latest news

Some European clubs have already started group training, so Khurishi hopes his government will start loosening the measures as well. Many are hoping that the government will allow PSL teams to start in May with slight warming. If the training starts in May, it will help the club financially.

Although Baroka is currently ranked 13th in the PSL Table, it will certainly not hesitate for players to continue with good results for soccer 10. Players will certainly be motivated to continue strong and determined to produce good results. In the last game before the lockdown, Baroka beat the Black Leopards in the Nedbank Cup. It is certain the players are not the only ones who look forward to continuing with competition. Fans can’t wait to start cheering for their club again.