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Leeds United To Pay Players

The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) have announced that they are confident the current playing squad at Leeds United will finally be paid for the first time in 7 weeks on Friday.

Having agreed to a wage deferral for the last month of the Championship season, the players haven`t been paid for June, prompting a large amount of pressure from the PFA to sort out the financial problems, as the Football League, PFA and administrators alike try to work out the best way forward for the club during the takeover.

Mick McGuire, deputy Chief Executive of the PFA said: 'I would hope payment of the Leeds players will take place in the next 24-48 hours.'

The only issue with that, it only sorts out the players pay for June. It is more than likely that there will be a similar delay for all cash owed in July. Someone needs to get a grasp of this situation very quickly.



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Writer: LUFC1 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday July 26 2007

Time: 5:49PM

Your Comments

Is this a big step to normality amongst the club? Give the players even more of a goal at the end of each week.
tedpowelluk
Well, it's a step forward from "deep *****" to "slightly less deep *****" anyway.
LUFC1
Like you have already said its a step in the right direction. Lets hope they can get it all revolved and the players can concentrate on football.
dazza71
Lets wait till Friday i say!!!
kazza
how is Uncle Ken lounging in his Monaco apratment coping with all this scandal?
merlin
He's probably laughing his tits off!
LUFC1
More like Tanning them....
kazza
Gotta give him credit for all this... he is just the best thing that has ever happened to leeds
Millwalljohn
I assume that Leeds are not out of Administration yet...? If that's the case when is the deadline to avoid losing 10 points/
horseworrier
I'm sure they'll worm their way out of it regardless, thats what leeds do best... crawl on their pityful bellies
Millwalljohn
As long as we don`t start to overpay the buggers again!
yorkshirepride1
 

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