Chung Mong-gyu, head of the Football Association, donated 2 billion won in additional rewards for advancing to the round of 16

The Korea Football Association (KFA) said on the 12th, “President Mong-gyu Jeong (60) decided to donate an additional reward of 2 billion won to the national soccer team that reached the round of 16 in the Qatar World Cup.” It will be distributed equally among the 26 players.”

Korea, 토토사이트 which advanced to the round of 16 according to FIFA’s dividend standard for participating countries in the Qatar World Cup, received about KRW 17 billion in dividends, so it was originally planned to pay more than 50% of the total dividends for team rewards.

However, 7.9 billion won was spent on running the national team for the Asian qualifiers (4.6 billion won) and the finals (3.3 billion won), 1.6 billion won was paid for repayment of FIFA borrowings that were supported in the aftermath of the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19), and team rewards for passing the World Cup Asian final qualifiers. 33 billion has already been executed.

Therefore, it could have been embarrassing because the initial reward payment plan was disrupted, but thanks to Chairman Chung’s donation this time, the reward money for the players who participated in the World Cup finals will increase to a total of 11.5 billion won, including advancing to the World Cup finals and World Cup finals. This amount is the largest payment amount compared to the countries in the round of 16.

As a result, Taegeuk Warriors are expected to receive an additional 70 million won each, in addition to a minimum of 210 million won to a maximum of 270 million won per individual, including rewards based on their performance at the World Cup in Qatar and rewards received according to their contributions after passing the Asian final qualifiers. see. Therefore, the reward ranges from a minimum of 280 million won per individual to a maximum of 340 million won in total.

Chairman Chung said, “The national team led by coach Paulo Bento (53, Portugal) showed the development of Korean football with good game content and results at this Qatar World Cup, and gave great courage and hope to soccer fans as well as the people. “I decided to donate because I wanted to express my special gratitude to the players for their hard work as the president of the association, in addition to the previously set reward money,” he said.

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