The English Professional Footballers Association (PFA) protested against the European Football Federation (UEFA)’s insistence on introducing a salary cap.
According to the British media BBC on the night of the 28th (Korean time), PFA President Maheta Molango said, “It is not a solution” to UEFA’s insistence on introducing a salary cap, “(Players) are the most important stakeholder, so they should be the center of this conversation. I do,” he replied. He added, “I think when players hear ‘everyone agrees’ about the salary cap, they’re going to be upset.” The PFA is a trade union for professional footballers in England and Wales, with more than 5,000 members. ㅋㅋㅋ벳
After mentioning the salary cap in an interview with the YouTube channel Men in Blazers on the 25th, UEFA president Alexander Ceferin said, “Surprisingly, everyone agrees.” do,” he said. He also emphasized the need to introduce a salary cap, saying, “In the future, we have to think seriously about the salary cap.”
Molango argued that the clubs were limiting players’ wages for their own profit. “Athletes are constantly being asked to play more matches without proper participation or consultation. New competitions are being created and tournaments are being finalized, so more revenue is coming in,” he said. “Limiting the wages of those who make ‘is not a solution to ensuring better financial management for leagues and clubs.” “If football leaders continue to treat their players this way, real problems will soon arise,” he added.