For many of Tottenham Hotspur’s long-standing staff, the final straw came in March last year when, just 30 minutes before a public announcement, an email dropped into their inboxes informing them of the intention to implement 20 per cent pay cuts and furloughing.
Women’s Super League: talking points from the weekend’s actionAre Manchester United being left behind? Eidevall’s plans pay off for Arsenal while Brighton’s brief tenure at the top is over (Left to right): Reading goalkeeper Grace Moloney; Aston Villa matchwinner Emily Gielnik; Leicester’s Ashleigh Plumptre. Composite: Guardian
Hütter up and running as Gladbach wreck Rose’s return with Dortmund. Marco Rose returned to Borussia Mönchengladbach with Dortmund on Saturday but it was his replacement at Borussia-Park who was victorious