Several Sheffield Wednesday players were not paid in full last month.
According to BBC Look North, as per Rob Staton, some players who are under contract are still waiting for their wages, which includes salary and loyalty bonuses.
The BBC have contacted the club for a response.
Garry Monk, who took charge of the Owls back in September, was forced to deny claims that players’ wages were delayed in November.
According to the Examiner Live, a national newspaper claimed the first team received £17,000, which caused a dispute, although this was settled a few days later.
This is not the first time Dejphon Chansiri has been in hot water this season. The owner has spent millions of pounds in improving the Middlewood Road training ground, but Monk’s side still languish in 13th place in the Championship table, nine points away from the playoff places.
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Unsurprisingly, many Owls fans slammed the club’s “stupid” issues, with one supporter exclaiming “what a farce,” and another lamenting the fact the team are on a “slippery slope” in reference to their patchy run of form.
Scroll through some of the scathing reactions so far…
Ah the club that’s keeps on giving 🙈
— Jason Hutchinson (@JasonHutchinso9) June 30, 2020
A couple of players have made a point of posting about the improvement in atmosphere about the place recently. I think certain pieces of trash won’t be missed. #swfc
— ‘But I want it now..!’ (@DestructionLuxe) July 1, 2020
See all that positivity that was radiating after the last couple of games… pic.twitter.com/fOFouXvruO
— Kerry Massey (@kezzadix) June 30, 2020
Uh oh. This really does not bode well.
— Ben Cairns (@cairns1) June 30, 2020
Stinks of a bitter departing player this…
— Matthew (@Matt_Smith_1983) June 30, 2020
What a farce
— Rob Earnshaw (@Rearn01T) June 30, 2020
Not a good look. And actually with players on this if we’re stupid enough to agree these contracts then they have to be paid. This is a slippery slope with EFL and gives them more reason to look at point deductions. Club needs to provide a statement to confirm what’s happening..
— Jordan Leigh (@Jordrl66) June 30, 2020
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