By Angu Lesley
Football Writer,

Nigeria National League, NNL side, Vandrezzer Football Club over the weekend has doled out cash palliatives to their players and coaching staff in order to cushion the effect of CoronaVirus, COVID-19 pandemic on it’s the staff.

The privately financed football club owned by an oil giant, Vandrezzer Energy services limited paid out another set of palliatives to its players, technical crew, and backroom staff. This second set of palliatives to the players is coming less than one week after the club handed cash palliative worth N2,500,000 to five sports groups within Lagos and Akwa-Ibom.

A player of the club confirmed receiving his palliative to and thanked the club management for their kind gesture during these hard times.

“I just want you to buttress on the fact that the team’s management felt the player’s concern, despite the company facing economic hardship during the COVID 19 hitting the oil sector hard. The players really appreciate the effort of the management. That truly shows that Vandrezzer FC is fighting hard to change the dynamics of all that Nigeria football used to be.” He said.

This kind gesture showed that players and management of Vandrezzer FC are in good terms against the recent news making the rounds that the club has suspended the contract of her players due to COVID-19 effects and the fact that NNL is yet to resume since December 2019.

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