‘Tottenham followers will probably be EMBARRASSED’ – Tony Cascarino hits out at Spurs and PFA for response to coronavirus disaster

Tony Cascarino believes Tottenham followers will probably be left embarrassed by their membership’s response to the coronavirus disaster.

Earlier this week, Spurs introduced the choice to put 550 members of workers on furlough go away whereas gamers and executives proceed to be paid in full.

Following widespread outrage, the Premier League yesterday proposed that every one gamers take a 30% pay lower to assist non-playing workers, and in addition introduced monetary assist for the NHS and the EFL.

Spurs chairman Levy was paid £7million in wage and bonus final 12 months
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However Cascarino suggests the actions of Spurs nonetheless go away a bitter style within the mouth.

“Even for probably the most die-hard, loyal Spurs followers – it’s a PR catastrophe for the membership,” he informed the Weekend Sports activities Breakfast.

“There’s a large distinction being a top-six crew and that’s the reason it stinks so badly.

“It simply felt so unsuitable. For them to do what they did, I feel numerous Tottenham followers are embarrassed by it.”

Authorities well being secretary Matt Hancock lately pointed the finger at Premier League gamers amid options they need to’ve acted sooner with regard to voluntary pay cuts.

Nevertheless, Cascarino has leapt to the gamers’ defence and insists it’s the PFA who ought to be held accountable for the dearth of motion.

“There are numerous issues that gamers do – and numerous them are silent – serving to communities and charities.” the previous Chelsea striker added.

“They wish to play an element. They recognise their wealth they usually’re ready to do it.

“I feel the gamers have been ready for a directive from the PFA which didn’t come – they usually mentioned we’ve obtained to do one thing.

“Prime gamers don’t want you [the PFA], they’ll do their very own factor.”

Sheffield United supervisor Chris Wilder additionally backed gamers to ‘do the best factor’ and slammed the ‘poor’ and ‘distasteful’ criticism which they’ve confronted this week.

Chris Wilder joined talkSPORT on Saturday
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He informed talkSPORT: “They’re aware folks. These boys are from working class cities, only a few of our gamers are privately educated.

“They’ve obtained brothers, sisters, uncles, aunties, mums and dads working on the NHS and never getting paid.

“They’ll do the best factor by the PFA. Right away everybody was onto footballers, pointing the finger, and I believed it was very poor and distasteful.

“There’s some huge cash floating about, particularly on the prime, however this soccer nation shouldn’t be all in regards to the Premier League, it goes proper right down to the Nationwide League and even beneath.

“Correct soccer folks do the best factor.”

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