FC Copenhagen took the lead, then followed Brøndby and AaB suit.
Here were all the players and staff down in salary as a result of coronakrisen that hit Denmark for more than three months ago.
Now follows the fourth club to follow in the premier League. According to Ekstra information goes to all employees in Randers FC 15 percent down in salary, for a period of three months.
There have been, negotiated an agreement where the employees were required to give up 10 percent of the salary for six months, but the agreement was shelved, so we instead landed on a loss of pay for three months at 15 percent for all employees.
It is the harsh reality as a direct consequence of coronakrisen, where the country's football clubs, despite stimulus packages – has been hit very hard. No spectators, and the uncertainty about the sponsors will or should drop the sponsorship, because the crisis also hit them.
Randers FC have scored the acceptance of the agreement from all parts of the organization, and an official announcement is in the pipeline.
In spillertruppen have seen the harsh realities of the eyes, but with a pay cut do you expect not, that Randers will now go in the market and use the saved lønkroner on expensive transfers in the summer transfervindue.
Thomas Thomasberg, the head coach of Randers FC, go together with all the other employees a 15 percent down in salary over a period of three months. Photo: John Randeris Ritzau /Scanpix.
Randers FC has long been for sale. And within coronakrisen hit the global community, the club was in dialogue with two serious investors. But the pandemic is set just as it is all on stand by.
the Club has, after the reality-the adventure with Michael good reasons been out a stringent economic diet over the last year. The club has come far in the struggle to reach economic balance, but coronakrisen nullified the great work and have made it necessary to seek support from the foundation until the soccer ball I hope will be back to everyday life again in autumn with the spectators on the battens again without restrictions.
Randers Fc's commercial director, Søren Pedersen, has no comments to Ekstra information.
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