The Recreativo de Huelva announced this Tuesday that its board of directors has decided to present an ERTE (Temporary Employment Regulation File) due to force majeure that affects the sports and non-sports personnel.
The Huelva club, dean of Spanish football, explains in a statement that considers this action necessary in the face of “the exceptional situation”That is lived as a result of the state of alarm decreed by the Government of Spain to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and the official notification on Monday by the Royal Spanish Football Federation (RFEF) of the suspension of all competitions.
The board of directors states that pending the resolution in the coming days of the ERTE, it will continue to search for “complementary solutions” to this exceptional situation that causes “Serious economic damage” for football clubs immersed in non-professional categories, in the case of Huelva currently in Second B.
The club stresses that for the institution “always” has been a priority to ensure the integrity and health of all its workers and their families.
He also reaffirms “his commitment” to face the adversities derived from this health emergency and points out that “in these difficult circumstances for all, it is time to be more united than ever.”