King’s Lynn Town’s promotion hopefuls have accepted a wage cut.

The Linnets – second on the National League North’s suspended table – haven’t played a game since Saturday March 14 – two days before football was suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Owner Stephen Cleeve said he could be facing a shortfall of £100,000 in lost revenue, but announced on his Twitter account yesterday that the players had agreed to a salary cut.

Read more: https://www.edp24.co.uk/sport/kings-lynn-town/king-s-lynn-wage-cut-1-6596721

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