©️ CHAMPIONS FC Platinum are not contemplating a pay cut for their Dutch coach Hendrikus Pieter de Jongh during the coronavirus (Covid-19)-induced lockdown.
Zimbabwe has been in lockdown since March 30 as health officials battle to contain the spread of the virus.
This has created a huge headache for the Premier Soccer League since the 2020 season should have kicked off in March.
Remaining afloat for most clubs during such uncertain times is now a big challenge because of the huge running costs associated with fulfilling their contractual obligations to players, coaches and staff.
Most teams are now contemplating pay cuts for the players and coaches but that is not the case with Pure Platinum Play, one of the few clubs, who are financially stable.
“We are aren’t considering any pay cut for now,” FC Platinum president Fabian Mashingaidze confirmed to the Daily News yesterday.
Clubs usually receive their financial entitlements for the interclub competitions at the end of the season.
“Clubs will receive their dues based on the established prize monies for each competition till the quarter-final stage when the two competitions were suspended indefinitely due to Covid-19,” reads statement from Caf.
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