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Former Manchester United captain Roy Keane has urged players at top clubs in the premier league to "stick to their guns" and not to be pressured into accepting pay cuts.
Keane hit out at criticism that has been directed to players at the top teams of the premier league and calls for blanket wage reduction to be implemented.
There is pressure on players at the really big clubs, clubs with wealthy owners, to take pay cuts," he said.
"The way in look at it now, particularly after the way i left Manchester United, i wouldn't take a pay cut from anybody if i was at one of the bigger clubs"
"I know there is pressure on players, but it is nobody's business what you do with your wages. you take your wages and if you want to be generous,go ahead and do it. i don't think players should feel pressured b by clubs, particularly the bigger clubs, to take pay cuts."

"If they want to stick to their guns and say they want their full wages when you've got a billionaire in the background, do it. Don't be swayed by some sort of pressure from the media, who write lies anyway about certain players."
"There is a lot of speculation out there, I don't think anybody should believe anything they are reading about what players are doing. I am really surprised at the amount of people jumping on the bandwagon with the criticism of the players, it's nobody's business.
"I'm talking about the top clubs here with the really wealthy owners, obviously the clubs in the owner leagues are having to make sacrifices, but the players at the top clubs that have the money, stick to your guns."

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