Players in the Premier League suffer no economic distress. A study by 2018, that average wage is in the fierce 490.000 dollars a week or a little over 25 million dollars per year.
Therefore, it may not surprise that the clubs are working with some pretty big internal fines to the players, if they for one reason or another do not behave properly.
they do also in Watford, although the club is in no way lønførende.
It revealed a lawyer for the French player Étienne Capoue according to the Daily Telegraph during a trial
It had come into being, as Capoue in his Mercedes AMG G63 had run 186 km/h on the highway after already having obtained a suspension of the driving licence and a fine to have raced strong.
Étienne Capoue can take to his head. He gets huge fines for art come too late in the Watford and for driving too fast for training. Photo: Ben Stansall/AFP/Ritzau Scanpix
the Explanation was that Capoue was running so quickly, precisely to avoid the rather heavy fine, which, according to the attorney Kwaku Awuku-Asabre amounting to 1000 pounds (8600 kroner) pr. minute, you are late
It is the club's Spanish manager Javier Gracia, who has introduced the harsh penalties for getting better discipline.
however, There are reports that 1000 pounds per. minutes does not completely hold.
Thus revealed watford town Craig Cathcart last year, that it costs 50 pounds (430). pr. minutes to be late - and if you do not pay immediately, the fine is doubled.
Not quite in the same league, but it can still be bad to get a quarter of an hour too late, without cash.
It may be that Étienne Capoue is going to plan his time a little better to avoid it in the future.
The French midfielder to find a driver, when he was deprived of the right to drive a car in three months and also received a fine of almost dkk 15,000.
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