Bayern Chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge wanted the 26. Round necessarily save. Because of the price, the Teams of the Bundesliga are paying now is high, with around 90 million euros will only cost a single round.
In the case of a complete cancellation of the current season, the Clubs had to reckon with an economic loss of 750 million euros. The sum consists of TV marketing, sponsorship and Ticket revenue, as the German press Agency writes.
A cover for the Clubs, for example, for loss of TV revenue is not. It should not be stopped because of the Coronavirus-crisis of the season, would alone incur as a result of the loss of the TV money for the last nine days of a loss of revenue of around 370 million euros. "These are private contractual arrangements that are not understandable intended for the Public," it was said for this purpose, from the main contract partner Sky.
The DFB has a General Assembly convened
After the cancellation of the 26. Game day had particularly warned Rummenigge and Borussia Dortmund's managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke before serious consequences for many clubs. "If this payment would be forthcoming, it would be expected that at least many of the small and medium-sized clubs would get financial problems," said Rummenigge, only a few hours before the DFL decision.
Monday, the German soccer League (DFL) has convened a meeting of the members of the 36 professional Clubs, to advise on further action. The proposed introduction of an auxiliary Fund is regarded in League circles skeptical.
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Created: 14.03.2020, 15:38 PMUpdated Date: 14 March 2020, 15:02