Date: 20th March 2020 at 1:00pm
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The coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the world with each passing day, and one devastating outcome of the virus has been the sudden loss of jobs for some people.

A report from The Guardian claims that the UK is set to face a wave of unemployment with social distancing causing many retail outlets and small businesses to close down, and football clubs have been no exception.

The Evening Standard are reporting that some teams in the National League have already put non-playing staff on notice of redundancy, though Premier League sides are doing their best to avoid this situation.

Do Liverpool need a mass clearout in the summer?

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And Liverpool have put a plan into action with the Liverpool Echo reporting that the club have ensured matchday and casual workers will continue to get paid during the Premier League suspension, a gesture that was met with widespread acclaim from supporters on social media.

Here’s what many Liverpool fans had to say about the news on Twitter…

As per the Echo’s report, Liverpool could pay out up to £750,000 to employees in the upcoming weeks.