Tottenham place non playing staff on furlough
Tottenham have placed 550 non-playing staff on furlough as part of measures to "protect jobs" amid the coronavirus crisis.
The news has just been announced by the Premier League club’s chairman Daniel Levy.
Levy also expresses his hope that players and coaches will help and ‘do their bit for the football eco system.’
Yesterday Newcastle United became the first Premier League club to place members of their non-playing staff on temporary leave in response to the coronavirus crisis.
The Premier League is currently suspended until April 30 at the earliest.
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