J1 Sapporo player offers return of about 100 million yen Reward Effect of new corona April 6 13:11

Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo of Soccer J1 has revealed that following the suspension of the official game due to the influence of the new Coronavirus, players have offered to voluntarily return about 100 million yen including some of the rewards.

Consadole estimates that the loss of the team will be around 500 million yen due to the expected resumption of the official game, which has been suspended due to the spread of the new coronavirus, from late next month.

Under these circumstances, Consadole's players have decided to voluntarily return about 100 million yen, including part of the six-month remuneration from this month to September, with the agreement of all players, and have offered to the club side That is.

Consadole's President Yoshikazu Nonomura said, “We want to reduce the loss as a club and manage our business to survive this season, and then decide whether we can get the offer if it is necessary. The idea of ​​getting over it was a very courageous proposal. "

The players commented on the offer, "In light of the current situation in which the impact of the new coronavirus on the club is increasing, we have decided to provide support to the club under an all-players agreement. We will work together to do what we can to contribute to society, such as overcoming the crisis. "