Sheffield Wednesday is asking players to join FURLOUGH during the summer after players fail to receive pay on time due to Owls’ relegation from the championship.
- Sheffield Wednesday has told their players to go on leave during the summer
- The Owls were relegated from the championship on the last day of the season
- Wednesday’s demise came thanks to a six-point deduction to start the season
- The players did not receive their wages on time this month, with a dozen released
Sheffield Wednesday have asked their players to take leave this summer following their relegation from the championship.
The team did not receive their wages from the club on time this month with little money.
At least a dozen players were released after their final day draw at Derby three weeks ago when they were relegated to League One.
Sheffield Wednesday has asked players to take leave after their relegation at the second level
The Owls’ fate was sealed by a six-point deduction they received at the start of the season for breaking the spending rules.
Now the remaining members of the team have been asked if at least part of their salary can be paid by the leave scheme.
The Owls were relegated from the Championship on the last day after a draw with Derby