Sports marketer Chris Woerts fears that Feyenoord will be hit hard by the new measures taken by the cabinet. The stadiums must in any case remain closed for the next three weeks.
Woerts, former commercial director of Feyenoord, also complimented his old club. “It will be very difficult for Feyenoord, although I must say that Feyenoord has cut its own flesh right away. Everyone has lost salary up to 25%, one of the highest percentages of all clubs in paid football,” he told RTV. Rijnmond.
“They have a head start on the future, but there is no doubt that this will be a hard blow. There will be hard blows, because you can only spend a euro once. Everything will be focused on maintaining the selection. That is the lifeblood of the club “, says Woerts.
Woerts expects that the top clubs will make it. He fears for smaller clubs. “The big clubs are too big to fail. These are a kind of system banks that will always survive. Left or right, they are supported by anyone. The smaller clubs that live on a small base and are struggling will fall. There will be little support for this to keep it up and running. “
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