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In the swiss football tried the club Sion to get his players to go down in salary for just under two weeks ago, but since players are not makkede right from the first moment they received the proposal on a WattsApp message, came the firing of them quite a short time after. It tells the former Arsenal player Alex Song.
“We got a WhatsApp message on Tuesday afternoon, which said that all had to sign a piece of paper, from which it appeared that we would have to accept a lødnedgang, so we would get about 12,000 euros (about 90,000 dollars, ed.).”
“We were asked to hand in the paper the day after, but we were not given any explanation,” says Song to RMC Sport.
He tells that it was not, because he could not see the sense in going down in salary, but he would have others to look at the papers, before they went ahead with the proposal.
“I’m a footballer, so it’s not my job. There are people who might look at the papers. I could not sign it, and we had no discussions.”
“I have not done anything unprofessional. All clubs are talking with their players to find solutions. We do not understand what happened. No one understands it,” says Alex Song, who now has put a lawyer on the case and will go all the way to FIFA in order to get the right.
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