Burnley are the latest Premier League oufit to announce the club will continue to pay all matchday and non-matchday staff during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Premier League is currently suspended until April 30th at the earliest – a situation that is likely to change – with some Burnley staff currently working from home, in accordance with British Government guidelines.
All football clubs face a continuing number of match postponements, but the Clarets will continue to pay all casual workers during this period of uncertainty.
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Chief Executive Officer, Neil Hart, said: "This is a difficult time for everyone and we wanted to reassure those who work in casual roles on either a matchday or non-matchday for Burnley Football Club that they will not be financially disadvantaged by the current situation.
"Our over-riding priority is to look after the well-being of our staff and their families during this testing time and we hope this will provide some comfort and reassurance."