KNVB allows NEC to revert to the ‘safe’ category 2
The man of the KNVB has NEC on Monday to return in safe category 2. That means that the Fc’s finances back in good order.
NEC was already since 2014 in category 1, which meant that the club, every major release of the bond had to submit. The Nijmegenaren got Monday the good news of the KNVB to hear.
“After an intense period of cutting, and financial restructuring across all levels of the organisation, we have a return to category 2 managed to achieve”, says managing director Bart van Ingen on the website of NEC.
Thanks to the help of some investors knew NEC loss to reduce. For the next financial year is expected the club even a small gain.
“The objective of our club continues to without the help of third parties, on its own strength a closing operation to achieve and the ambitions and goals also to keep in view. That is important for the club, the players, the fans and our sponsors,” says Van Ingen further.
NEC finished last season tenth in the Premier league, so the club on the sporting field, amply fulfilled the objective of enforcement.
View the results of the program and the position in the Premier league