In recent years, one of the workhorses of the Basque clubs in Segunda B was dealing with the shortage of conversions of your hobby chips to professionals. Due to the happy crisis of the coronavirus they will become free at this stage of confinement with competition paralyzed. A fee of 3,005 euros will now be dribbled by Barakaldo, SD Amorebieta, Arenas and SD Leioa, this quota being extended 0, in addition, for the next two campaigns.
As revealed by the president of the FEF, Luis Rubiales, the cost of the first professional registration of footballers in the bronze category is eliminated as one of the approved support measures coinciding with this crisis of the pandemic. A relief that is coupled with the promotion of a line of credits at zero cost and the injection of 4 million for the Second B, the Third and futsal. A lifeguard of football more sensitive to the economic chaos that is coming. This cash advance may be returned in the next two seasons without interest. Despite this, the Biscayan clubs have accepted the ERTES (temporary employment regulation) until the League resumes, cut off from day 28, and no resumption date until the health authorities give the green light for the ball to roll again.
Until now, bronze football clubs have been faced with the economic handicap of facing the obligation to pay the Spanish Federation the fee for the first registration of an amateur footballer as a professional player. A tab, called Tab P, that During this period of confinement, the clubs are already exempt from facing those 3,005 euros.. The Federation, in parallel, intends in this way to catapult the definitive passage to professionals of some Second B footballers who were still at the eaves, with amateur or mixed contracts, and therefore, registered with Social Security.
The Biscayan clubs had already gradually adapted to have all their footballers registered as professional workers. To request an ERTE, in addition, it is necessary to corroborate these files professionals so that the State covers a large part of their salaries during this unexpected alarm that has turned legs at the world of work and football.