The Warriors’ troubles continue. Is there a player who is already thinking about leaving?
It was easy to imagine the complex economic situation the Worcester Warriors are currently in, but now the official has arrived: in recent days all members of the team and the entire staff have received an email from the estate in which it was said that At present, there is no money to pay the salary, which was originally to be paid today, Wednesday 31 August.
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At least one uncomfortable situation that casts many shadows on the team’s future is expected, among other things, for a friendly against Glasgow in Scotland on Friday and then the Premiership’s 2022/23 debut. It’s also easy to imagine how many players might start looking around at the thought of a possible transfer.
Colin Goldring, one of the two owners, said: “We have done everything possible to pay salaries as usual on the last day of the month, but at the moment this is impossible. Progress has been made but we still lack some signatures to get the necessary funding. I can promise that the company will not give up and will soon reach fresh funds. ,
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Worcester’s debt appears to be £6m to the UK tax authority and £14m on loan to deal with the pandemic emergency. The Telegraph also revealed how third-line Hydrell could be the first to switch teams and other players (Captain Hill’s name) have also received offers, but the Premiership salary cap situation will last a few days from the start. makes it difficult. ,
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