Alex Larin and Lisandro Paul
Alianza winger Alex Larin threw a dart at former capital club chairman Lisandro Paul over contract issues for first-division players. First-division players receive salaries only during matches and not for 12 months. anus.
The former president of Alianza gave his opinion on the following detailed table prepared by the program “Los Ex del Football”. The players have received only 23.5 months’ salary in the 42 months from Clausura 2020 to now. Due to various events such as the COVID-19 pandemic, the FESFUT crisis and the end of Clausura in 2023, football players have been unable to earn wages.
“Interesting data, the truth is that it’s time to make this situation and those stuck in football easy to rectify. Much like the way football is treated these days, on average players have almost six months’ worth of money each year. are being paid salaries,” said the former leader from the capital.
An interesting fact, the truth is that it’s time to correct this situation and those who are stuck in football, it’s easy. The way football is treated these days, on average, players are paid almost six months’ wages a year. https://t.co/6y5aNjnFLM
— Lisandro Paul (@PohlLisandro) May 26, 2023
Larin questioned Paul’s position during his presidency with Alianza. Not professionalizing a footballer’s contract. “And if that’s interesting, why now? You could have turned the contract into a professional as president, so why didn’t you?
Meanwhile, Alianza’s former president responded to Larin’s criticism by saying that during his tenure, the capital team was the first major league team to pay 50 percent to its players during the preseason.
“Well, I always followed. In fact we were the first team to start paying 50% of the season because it was customary to pay when the championship started,” said Paul. .
And now because it’s funny. Because when you could specialize in contracts as president, didn’t you do that? were you asked? That might have set the tone… don’t you think so? https://t.co/mCNy65plTk
— Alex Larin (@AlexLarin14) May 26, 2023
Well, I always obeyed. In fact, we were the first team to start paying 50% of the season because it was customary to pay when the championship started. https://t.co/28IxJyDlZD
— Lisandro Paul (@PohlLisandro) May 27, 2023
After the end of the first division, this theme came to be highlighted Following the tragedy that killed 12 people at the Cuscatlan stadium last Saturday, the Clausura 2023 tournament has been cancelled. Considering this, the players are unhappy with the decision as they have stated that they will not be able to receive their salaries for two months.