United pair bonus cut.

Manchester United deputy chief executive and former FD David Gill last year saw his pay packet slashed along with fellow executive directors, annual results this week revealed. Gill’s performance-related bonus was slashed by £31,000 to £290,00 as pre-tax profits for the year fell £5.6m to £16.78m. Retired chief executive Martin Edwards saw his final annual pay shrink £23,000 to £639,000 as the world’s most profitable club saw TV earnings dip after opting out of the FA Cup to play in Brazil.

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