Lawyer must review’small print’ before being granted Feyenoord bonus

Dick Advocaat will be paid his bonus based on Feyenoord’s performance in the Conference League’s preliminary round. De Kuip’s trainer believes that he is entitled for a bonus to help him achieve European football. Chris Woerts has the story. The Orange SummerLawyers will need to wait in the waiting rooms because there are small print.

Woerts had reported that Advocaat was entitled the bonus previously, but he modified his reporting on Thursday evening. The sports marketer said that Dick was convinced but now he is also skeptical. He was required to play European football as part of his contract. However, you must read the fine print of a contract. The contract stipulates that the bonus will be paid if Feyenoord doesn’t lose in the Conference League. That is quite a bit of math. Woerts states that Rotterdammers might have to make the group stage.

The sports marketer says, “I was convinced.” “I’ve seen the clause. European football qualification is in it. The fine print in a contract is crucial, and it’s clear again. Woerts’ statement appears to match the Feyenoord statement earlier on the dispute with Advocaat.

Feyenoord spokeswoman said that clubs pay bonuses when you get results that provide additional finance for the club. RTV Rijnmond. “That is not the situation now. Feyenoord has deliberately excluded the Conference League preliminary rounds from the contract because it costs Feyenoord more than a substantial profit. Feyenoord regrets the situation but looks forward to a possible suit with confidence.


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