Dunfermline players agree to pay cut

February 17, 2004
By Desmond Kane
GLASGOW, Feb 17 (Reuters) - Players at Dunfermline Athletic agreed on Tuesday to accept a wage cut to help the struggling Scottish premier league club avoid administration.

"The players have been magnificent in discussing and helping to work out the problems the club has at the moment," Dunfermline general manager Jim Leishman told reporters.

Media reports suggest the club's players have accepted a reduction of between 20 and 30 per cent while appearance money and bonuses ...

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