First division footballers urge major league leaders to “reconsider” the decision to cancel the Clausura 2023 tournament following the tragic death of 12 people in a brutal assault at Cuscatlan Stadium last Saturday. asked. Access to Sol General from stadiums, sports venues.
“We have asked the leaders of the 1st Division to reconsider today (yesterday) that it has been accepted and for the first time we have made statements that are simply ignored. We urge you to take your comments into account and respect your right to work,” the major league player’s statement read.
Players from privileged leagues explained that the decision would damage various areas of domestic football, such as the J-League.Players, coaching staff, administrative staff, vendors, props, sports journalists, reserve players, women’s team players.
The players also said they had not been able to get their paychecks recently due to the suspension of tournaments due to COVID-19. Clausura 2020 was declared void due to the Covid-19 pandemic, as well as the cancellation of football due to the financial crisis of the El Salvador Football Federation.
“We always feel unprotected when it comes to job security. Generally speaking, it means months on end without being able to earn a salary to support a family. This does not take into account the fact that we are all eligible.”We only get paid when there are tournaments, we don’t get paid in months when there are no matches,” the players said in a statement. there is
The players said it was a “hasty” move and that their “needs” were being ignored. A “cooperation” with government agencies could have eradicated the problem of insecurity at sports venues.
Finally, the players called for unity in this situation. “We are not doing this for the love of money, as many people think. is.”
The players will meet with the FESFUT Regularization Committee at 3pm today to discuss the cancellation of Clausura 2023.
— Gerson Levi Mayen (@Gmayen14) May 25, 2023
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