Welcome to another episode of the Arsecast – the Arsenal podcast.

On this week’s episode, the issue of football players taking pay cuts is to the fore, and with me to discuss that is Chief Soccer Correspondent for the New York Times. We chat about an issue which all clubs are dealing with, not just Arsenal, at a time when the precarious nature of football finance is becoming very clear. Should players be responsible for cost savings which wealthy owners could easily cover? What other avenues could clubs go down, regarding salary caps? Will we see a more prudent landscape when we do see games played again? And how realistic is the idea of the Premier League season finishing by June 30th? All this and more with Rory.

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