Paderborn – Bundesliga club SC Paderborn is increasingly under financial pressure due to the corona break in German football.

“It’s not like we’ll be bankrupt next month. We can delay this for a month or two, but then we are out of breath, »said Managing Director Martin Przondziono in an interview with Sport1. «At the moment it is still somewhat relaxed. But great challenges await us in the coming months. If the TV money does not end up with us, it will be tight for us. That is in the nature of things, so all other clubs do the same. » Sponsors, the German Football League and season ticket holders are in exchange and receive good signals.

Paderborn was the first Bundesliga team in March with a professional in the squad who tested positive for the corona virus. Luca Kilian is “all right,” said Przondziono. «He is training again. We are very careful with him because we do not know what the long-term consequences of this disease could be. »

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