The head coach of the Moscow “Locomotive” Yuri Semin has spoken out against the excessive attention to players ‘ readiness RPL to give up a part of wages for the duration of the pandemic coronavirus infection COVID-19
“All of us, including clubs, you have to understand that the protagonists in the League is the players. So you don’t have to put pressure on them, who and how many of the salaries of the clubs will. No one pressed! It is as wrong as to present players people who do not understand the current situation.
All they understand. And ready along with everyone else to do everything to get out of this difficult situation. They just want to be treated with respect, and it is a normal human desire.
Players can’t be hurt! For them, signed the contract, are not only themselves, but their families as well. Sometimes huge, like the speakers in our country the players are from Brazil. They all live in what send from Russia their son, brother, nephew.
Most of the Russian players the situation is similar. I repeat: they are from poor families, many from small towns where there is nowhere to work. And family completely dependent on them. This too should not be forgotten!”, — posted by Semin in his column.