first_imgFinally there will be no ERTE in the Liverpool. Despite the fact that the champion of Europe and the seventh richest club in the world had announced that he would accept the British Government’s plan and temporarily dispense with his non-sports personnel, the criticism received, both from former players and fans, have caused him to change radically of direction. The club’s chief executive Peter Moore and its owners, the Fenway Sports Group, have released a statement even apologizing: “We believe that we reached the wrong conclusion last week by announcing that we intended to file an ERTE application due to the suspension of the Premier League soccer schedule, and we are really sorry““We have consulted with a variety of key stakeholders as part of a process aimed at achieving the best possible outcome for all involved. A variety of possible scenarios were considered. As a direct result of this extensive consultation and our own internal deliberations at various levels across the club, we have chosen to find alternative means, “the statement said.last_img

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