National League

Their salaries of June, July, and August will partially be deferred to secure the club's liquidity.

EVZ's employees help out the club

"It is only a deferment and not a renunciation of pay," CEO Patrick Lengwiler states. "But it is an important signal that the players and the coaches are supporting their club in this difficult situation."

On average about 30 percent of the salaries of the National League team's coaches, players, and management will be deferred. EV Zug is not the first organization that found such a solution with their employees: SC Bern's players also agreed to a deferment for the month of May.

( 20 May 2020 | mso* )
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