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The general director of PFK Lviv confirms a 50% salary reduction for the players

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The general director of PFK Lviv confirms a 50% salary reduction for the players

PFC Lviv general manager Andrey Pankiv spoke of a 50 percent reduction in club salaries of players. The official also noted that citizens want to end the current Favbet League season.

“Wages?” All clubs are tough now. Even for the top clubs and even more for clubs that don’t have a lot of money, ”said Pankiv.

“We talked to the players and agreed to pay half the salaries. You agreed to it. It is clear that this is difficult, they have financial problems, we all understand. I was able to agree. This is all for the quarantine period. ”

“It would be desirable to end the season sportily. But we are dependent on the situation in the country. We want to end the game. The sporting principle is above all. That would be ideal. ”

Recall that the UPL will hold an online meeting on May 15, where they will discuss how to end the Ukrainian championship. The Sports Arena previously reported that the Premier League clubs plan to resume the championship at the end of May and finish in July.

The teams can train again from May 11th. UPL and PFL have already started sending recommendations to clubs to resume the training process.

In mid-March, the Ukrainian Football Association suspended all football competitions in the country indefinitely in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

Players

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As of 20 February 2020[5][6]

Team squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
4 Ukraine DF Andriy Karvatskyi
5 Ukraine DF Vladyslav Pryimak
7 Brazil FW China
9 Ukraine FW Mykyta Tatarkov
10 Brazil MF Alvaro
13 Ukraine FW Nazariy Nych
14 Brazil FW Matheus Iacovelli
17 Ukraine MF Mykyta Khodakovskyi
18 Brazil MF Baiano
19 Brazil FW Renan
20 Ukraine DF Yehor Klymenchuk
21 Ukraine DF Ihor Honchar
22 Ukraine DF Anton Bratkov
23 Ukraine GK Bohdan Sarnavskyi
25 Ukraine MF Artem Nedolya
No. Position Player
26 Ukraine MF Maksym Khimchak
27 Ukraine MF Andriy Busko
30 Brazil MF Jonatan Lima
33 Ukraine DF Serhiy Borzenko (captain)
35 Ukraine DF Yuriy Kravchuk (on loan from Hirnyk-Sport)
44 Brazil DF Cleber
55 Ukraine MF Dmytro Penteleychuk
77 Brazil FW Filipe Pachtmann
90 Ukraine DF Serhiy Lyulka
93 Ukraine FW Yaroslav Bohunov
94 Ukraine GK Herman Penkov
95 France DF Joël Bopesu
96 Brazil MF Sabino
Ukraine DF Maksym Brama

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Cristiano Ronaldo has bought the most expensive car in the world for Rs 75 crore

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Cristiano Ronaldo has bought the most expensive car in the world for Rs 75 crore

Cristiano Ronaldo has bought the most expensive car in the world for Rs 75 crore

Portugal superstar footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has added another car called Bugatti Santodisi to his collection. It is only available in limited numbers.

The Bugatti Centodiac car is available in very limited numbers. Ronaldo posted a picture on Instagram with his new car and wrote, “You can choose the choice to see it.” Italian club Juventus striker Ronaldo has posted a picture on Instagram with his new car. , In it he writes, you choose the scene.

The Bugatti Centodiac is priced at 8.5 million euros, or about 75 crore rupees. There are only 10 people in the world, including Ronaldo, who own a Bugatti Centodiac. The report claims that all of Ronaldo’s cars cost around 30 million euros, or about 260 crore rupees.

The Bugatti Centodiac car can travel at a speed of 380 kilometers per hour. This car reached a speed of 60 kilometers per hour in just 2.4 seconds. However, Ronaldo will have to wait a little longer to get this car. In 2021, the car is expected to be owned by Ronaldo Delvert.

Career statistics

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Club

As of match played 29 July 2020
Club Season League Cup[a] League Cup Europe[b] Other[c] Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Sporting CP B 2002–03[538] Segunda Divisão 2 0 2 0
Sporting CP 2002–03[538] Primeira Liga 25 3 3 2 3[d] 0 0 0 31 5
Manchester United[539] 2003–04 Premier League 29 4 5 2 1 0 5 0 0 0 40 6
2004–05 Premier League 33 5 7 4 2 0 8 0 0 0 50 9
2005–06 Premier League 33 9 2 0 4 2 8 1[e] 47 12
2006–07 Premier League 34 17 7 3 1 0 11 3 53 23
2007–08 Premier League 34 31 3 3 0 0 11 8 1[f] 0 49 42
2008–09 Premier League 33 18 2 1 4 2 12 4 2[g] 1 53 26
Total 196 84 26 13 12 4 55 16 3 1 292 118
Real Madrid 2009–10[122] La Liga 29 26 0 0 6 7 35 33
2010–11[131] La Liga 34 40[h] 8 7 12 6 54 53
2011–12[541] La Liga 38 46 5 3 10 10 2[i] 1 55 60
2012–13[542] La Liga 34 34 7 7 12 12 2[i] 2 55 55
2013–14[543] La Liga 30 31 6 3 11 17 47 51
2014–15[544] La Liga 35 48 2 1 12 10 5[j] 2 54 61
2015–16[544] La Liga 36 35 0 0 12 16 48 51
2016–17[544] La Liga 29 25 2 1 13 12 2[g] 4 46 42
2017–18[544] La Liga 27 26 0 0 13 15 4[k] 3 44 44
Total 292 311 30 22 101 105 15 12 438 450
Juventus 2018–19[544] Serie A 31 21 2 0 9 6 1[l] 1 43 28
2019–20[544] Serie A 33 31 4 2 7 2 1[l] 0 45 35
Total 64 52 6 2 16 8 2 1 88 63
Career total 579 450 65 39 12 4 175 129 20 14 851 636

Cristiano Ronaldo has bought the most expensive car in the world for Rs 75 crore

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