FIFPRO on standby to help Napoli play­ers

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Napoli’s de­ci­sion to fine their team parts of their salaries was un­jus­ti­fied, the world play­ers’ union FIFPRO has said. Ital­ian me­dia have re­ported that Napoli will fine play­ers uo to one half of last month’s wages af­ter they re­belled against an or­der by club owner Aure­lio De Lau­ren­tiis for them to be con­fined to a train­ing camp for a week. The play­ers left the camp and re­turned to their fam­i­lies af­ter three days al­though they con­tin­ued train­ing. Napoli have not con­firmed nor de­nied the fines. “FIFPRO is stand­ing by ready to as­sist, in close co­op­er­a­tion with [Ital­ian Play­ers’ Associatio­n] AIC, to en­sure the play­ers are not sub­jected to fur­ther abuse and in­tim­i­da­tion,” FIFPRO said.

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