Super League chief Robert Elstone takes pay cut

Super League chief executive Robert Elstone will take a 40% pay cut due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The rugby league season has been suspended indefinitely due to the crisis that has swept the world.

The majority of Super League clubs are expected to place their employees on furlough leave.

The coronavirus job retention scheme has been brought in by the government in order to allow employers to place their employees on a temporary leave of absence, with 80% or up to £2,500 of their wages covered by the government.

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  1. He should take a 100% cut, he’s done absolutely nothing for the game other than lose it money (moving magic, losing french TV deal, duplicate a load of roles already done by the rfl)

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