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Malaga lay off workers but no players to be affected

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Spanish second division side Malaga CF announced on Tuesday it will lay off workers as a "necessary measure" to ensure the future of the club.

Malaga did not reveal the number of employees to be made redundant as part of the ERE (an administrative labour proceedings), but reports in Spain claim 50 will be affected, with the club saving around €1m with this action.

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Cadiz player refusing to play during coronavirus: 'Disgraceful' to pay me

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Cadiz defender Rafael Gimenez Jarque "Fali" has said it would be "disgraceful" for the club to pay him before he returns and has asked them to stop his wages until a coronavirus vaccine has been made available.

Last month, Fali threatened to quit professional football if forced to return to training before a vaccine for the coronavirus had been found.

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Spain prime minister clears way for return to training at start of May

Sid Lowe says no fans in La Liga stadiums until 2021 would seriously impact the summer transfer window.
Sid Lowe dives into the proposed protocols for team training and the potential timetable for La Liga's return.

Spain's footballers will be able to begin individual training on May 4 as part of plans announced by the country's prime minister Pedro Sanchez.

Sanchez has outlined a four-stage process for a "gradual, asymmetrical and coordinated" relaxation of Spain's social distancing measures, aiming to reach a "new normality" by the end of June.

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Cadiz player threatens to quit football if forced to play before coronavirus vaccine available

Sid Lowe dives into the proposed protocols for team training and the potential timetable for La Liga's return.
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Cadiz defender Rafael Gimenez Jarque "Fali" has threatened to quit professional football at 26 if he is forced to return to train before a vaccine for the coronavirus is available.

La Liga and the Spanish FA are hopeful the 2019-20 campaign will be completed and agreed this week on a strict protocol to follow for training to resume once the country's health authorities permit it.

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Coronavirus: Spanish FA offers €500m bailout to La Liga, Segunda clubs

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The Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) has announced a €500 million bailout to the country's first and second division clubs to cope with the financial impact of the coronavirus pandemic.

La Liga was suspended on March 12 and there is no date given to resume all competitions. The stoppage in play has prevented clubs from collecting TV revenue and brought a halt to match-day income. 

"We are willing to lend a hand to professional football," Spanish FA president Luis Rubiales...