Rosenborg’s wallet bleeds the most in the corona year 2020. Vålerenga could have been in huge trouble. In Molde and Sarpsborg you can smile all the way to the bank.
For RBK, it will be a blood-red year. General manager Tove Moe Dyrhaug estimates a deficit of between 40 and 60 million kroner for the people of Trøndelag (against a budgeted deficit of eight million).
– We are hit harder than others because we have the absolute largest income, she says.
Rosenborg must “empty” the bank to get through the year. About half of the cash (92 million at the turn of the year) disappears.
– We are lucky that way, but we can not have more such covid-19-years. Then we must take drastic measures, says Dyrhaug.
has mentioned the same estimate. Clubs such as Brann, Start, Mjøndalen, Kristiansund and Sandefjord are also heading for deficits, while Sarpsborg 08, Molde, Stabæk, Odd and Bodø / Glimt are heading for good results.
Then at all the elite league clubs this spring, uncertainty prevailed. The corona pandemic threatened the season and the economy. Football President Terje Svendsen.
The first, but “crisis package 2”, most people are very happy with. Stabæk leader Jon Tunold should admittedly want to ensure that everyone applied on equal terms. Here is the distribution:
– We are very happy with the corona package, but it still hits hard for us who have large incomes, says Dyrhaug.
In crisis package 2, 70 per cent of loss of income from an event or other specified activity is compensated. Despite the fact that RBK has by far the highest income, Brann has received the most in compensation.
– We are concerned that what we have applied for is correct. If others have received more, it is probably also correct, says Dyrhaug.
The resale of and provides large revenues. Vålerenga also negotiated an advance from Genk. The club gets a somewhat lower sum overall, but in return the money comes now, instead of being distributed over Berge’s contract period.