A non-playing staff member walks by Anfield. The public purse will be paying the majority of Liverpool’s non-playing staff member’s wages during the coronavirus crisis. Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images A non-playing staff member walks by Anfield. The public purse will be paying the majority of Liverpool’s non-playing staff member’s wages during the coronavirus crisis. Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
A non-playing staff member walks by Anfield. The public purse will be paying the majority of Liverpool’s non-playing staff member’s wages during the coronavirus crisis. Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
Tony Evans
Opinion

Opinion

On The Ball by Tony Evans

Liverpool’s owners have let down Jurgen Klopp, the players and the community with grubby furlough move

  • Liverpool follow Tottenham Hotspur in placing the responsibility for non-playing staff’s wages on the stricken UK government during crisis
  • The European Champions recorded a pre-tax profit of £42 million last year

A non-playing staff member walks by Anfield. The public purse will be paying the majority of Liverpool’s non-playing staff member’s wages during the coronavirus crisis. Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images A non-playing staff member walks by Anfield. The public purse will be paying the majority of Liverpool’s non-playing staff member’s wages during the coronavirus crisis. Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
A non-playing staff member walks by Anfield. The public purse will be paying the majority of Liverpool’s non-playing staff member’s wages during the coronavirus crisis. Photo: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images
READ FULL ARTICLE