Yorkshire news Sheffield Wednesday unpaid wages issue rears its head again amid fresh report PremierLeague-News.Com
PremierLeague-News.Com - A national newspaper claims that the Owls' squad were not paid their wages prior to the weekend clash with Nottingham Forest
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Sheffield Wednesday's players have not received their wages for either March or April, according to reports. The Telegraph today claims that Owls owner Dejphon Chansiri is under "renewed scrutiny" after players were not given their latest pay packets. If true, this is not the first time this has happened. Last year year, during June when the season was resuming following the Covid-enforced hiatus, players were not paid on time. And it occurred earlier this season, in November. It emerged that Wednesday's squad only received a percentage of their salaries. Players received a maximum of £7,000-a-month of their wages, with the rest promised later. Football's social media boycott From 3pm on Friday, April 30 until 11.59pm on Monday, May 3, all sports channels across the entire Reach network - including Yorkshire Live - will join the boycott of social media as part of the campaign against online hate. We are joining the Premier League, EFL, FA, Kick It Out, Women's Super League and clubs up and down the country in staging the boycott.
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It is believed that the Professional Footballers' Association were called in to offer advice to the squad. The Telegraph say that players were due to be paid Friday, prior to the side's crucial game with Nottingham Forest, and that they are still awaiting salaries from March. It comes as an unwelcome distraction as Wednesday scrap for their Championship lives. Yesterday's draw with Forest, combined with Derby's defeat to Swansea, means Darren Moore's side still have an outside chance of survival. They need to win against Derby on the final day to stand any chance whatsoever of avoiding a third demotion to League One in 18 seasons.
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