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Future Of A-League Central Coast Mariners In Jeopardy If Takeover Fails
Published March 19, 2013
NOT GETTING PAID: In Melbourne, Sebastian Hassett reported players and staff of the Mariners have had their wages "delayed for the second time this season." Those on the club's payroll were due to be paid last Thursday but when the players arrived back on Friday from their midweek game against Kashiwa Reysol in Tokyo, "their fortnightly salary still hadn't gone through." The players have been told that their wages "should be processed on Tuesday and that wages will be on time for the rest of the season." A-League CEO Damien De Bohun said he had ''no concerns'' over the club's long-term future and did not believe "it would prove too disruptive to its campaign" (THE AGE, 3/19).