Fiat Chrysler Automobiles claims strike action against Juventus’ signing of Cristiano Ronaldo was ‘a complete flop’.
It came as some of that fee is likely to be paid through sponsorships by the club’s parent company Exor, which owns the car manufacturer.
However, an FCA spokesperson responded on Monday: “Today in Melfi, like it happened in Pomigliano last Friday, the protest initiatives promoted on the issue of football were a complete flop.
“Only five employees of around 1,700 went on strike. The percentage of those who went on strike was 0.3 percent.
“It is yet more confirmation that the workers in Melfi and Pomigliano understood perfectly that these were exploitative protests promoted by acronyms of no real representativeness or individuals who had the sole intention of gaining publicity for personal purposes.
“The echo of these agitations was enormously disproportionate to the reality of facts, which characterises the worker-company relationship at the two plants."
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