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The Chinese Football Association is setting limits for player compensation. What do you think? – Pan and Lin Economic Watch – Hanfeng Net



2018-11-27 00:31:40 Source: Pan and Lin Economic Watch

Original title: The Chinese Football Association is setting limits for player compensation. What do you think?

For Chinese professional football, big handed, free sign ups can be history. Xinhua News Agency reporter was informed on the 20th that the "China Football Association Professional Club Financial Supervision Regulations" (hereinafter "Procedures") will begin soon and support the introduction of the 2019-2021 Professional Club Financial Monitoring Indicators (hereinafter referred to as "Indicators") which involve "investment cap" "Cap" "pay cap" "bonus cap" "transfer cap." According to insiders for the football industry, the move is for blind investment in professional clubs, "high price transfer fees" and some players are overpaid, signing "yin and yang contract" , avoids taxes and unpaid salaries.

Money can make an industry a storage and rapid development. But Chinese football, which is favored by capital, is a bit biased by capital. The salary for football players in our country is actually relatively high. Although they are still far from the best international stars, their strength is not within a comparable range, meaning their salary is not equal to its own ability.

This is like the high paying star in the latest hot debate. What we face is not the high salary, but the effort and the strength they have not matched their own pay. In addition, the Chinese player's high salary is internationally recognized, as many players have chosen to come to China as foreign aid. In fact, the strength of many foreign aid is really higher than that of Chinese local actors, capital-managed teams, with high wages to attract assistance and then use the team's reputation and record to improve the visibility of their own businesses, but we will find China's local players have not been trained, and while the coach loves foreign aid, they have lost many opportunities, which is not good for the development of football in China.

Stealing it instead of the big signatures is that investing resources in youth education is better, training the reserves and building a star, this is the real thing for everyone and really improving the level of Chinese football. method.Go back to Sohu and see more

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