Wednesday, 16 November 2016

CHELSEA MANAGEMENT DENY PLAYERS BONUS IF THEY MAKE TOP FOUR THIS SEASON

Chelsea Players Will Not Receive Bonus If They Qualify For Champions League This Season Because They Didn't Take A Cut For Missing Out On Last Season.



Chelsea are among the few clubs who do not hand out bonuses for the sake of it because they prefer to reward players for winning trophies, not for performance related reasons.
The strive from Chelsea players for Champions League qualification is not being motivated b the possibility of a pay rise or bonuses.

Chelsea squads suffered no financial hit when they failed to finish in the top four last season as the club put no claues in  contracts to guard against missing out on European football. It saw their salary bill stay the same, with Belgium playmaker Eden Hazard the club's top earner on £200,000 a week.

This simply means Chelsea players will not receive a cash bump for a return to the Champions League like others could elsewhere.
A top-four finish is something which looks achievable after a good start to the season under new coach Antonio Conte.

Jose Mourinho when at Stamford Bridge strongly believed on Chelsea's straight forward contract structure.
It is not unusual for clubs to put clause into contracts that say they can strip wages by 15-20% for failing to finish in the top four, though The Blues did not have this in place last season.



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