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Coronavirus: Tottenham's non-playing staff take pay cut

BBC News Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Tottenham's non-playing staff will take a 20% pay cut during the coronavirus pandemic, the club announces in a statement on Tuesday.
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BBC Local News: London -- Tottenham's non-playing staff will take a 20% pay cut during the coronavirus pandemic, the club announces.
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Tottenham's non-playing staff will take a 20% pay cut during the coronavirus pandemic, the club announces in a statement on Tuesday.
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