The Birmingham City It is the first soccer club in England who has asked his players to cut their pay. The Telegraph It has been reported, in scoop, that the intention of the leaders of the English club is that footballers who earn more than 6,500 euros a week will make a 50% cut in salary over the next four months.The idea is not to suffocate the entity’s coffers since ite has produced a significant reduction in income due to the suspension of the competition, due to the coronavirus pandemic. Birminghan City has sent an email, which has been accessed The Telegraph: “Given the unprecedented circumstances in which we find ourselves as a football club, as a company and as a country in general, we contact you to request your acceptance of a short-term deduction from your wages to help the club continue operating day to day in the current climate. “ Players who accept that salary cut will not be left unpaid. Birmingham’s move is that after competition resumes, the remaining salary to be collected will be compensated in four installments.Birmingham City competes in the English Second Division (Championship) and is trained by the Spanish Pep Clotet. It has among its ranks the goalkeeper Moha, on loan from Real Madrid Castilla, and two old acquaintances of the Spanish LaLiga: the Ecuadorian Jefferson Montero and the ex from Albacete, Jerémie Bela.