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Football Business : Chinese Football Association propose minimum 30% pay cut for players

The Chinese Football Association has proposed clubs slash wages of players and coaches by at least 30 percent to cut costs because of the...
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Football Business : Tibet’s only professional football club shuts down

Tibet's first and only professional football team has become the latest in a string of Chinese clubs to fold, following a row over hosting...

Indian Olympic Association looking to snap ties with Chinese sports brand Li Ning

The Indian Olympic Association is planning to ban its Chinese sponsors and products, with heightened tension between India and China. On June 15, 20...

Football Business: Chinese Super League season in trouble

The Chinese Super League season is unlikely to happen this year if the next proposal for football to return to the country is not approved,...

Football Business : Chinese football clubs in financial trouble, 11 disqualified, 5 shut shop

  Financial woes are taking a toll on China’s professional football clubs, with 11 being disqualified for failing to pay wages and five closing shop...
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Suzuki Motor renews deal with Asean Football Confederation

Japanese car and motorcycle manufacturer Suzuki Motor Corporation has extended its title sponsorship of the biennial Asean Football Federation (AFF) Football Championship. Known as the...
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Chinese Super League puts salary cap for players

Chinese Super League (CSL) has imposed a salary cap on domestic and foreign players. The new policy to be implemented from the 2020 season...

Alipay commits $ 340mn for women’s football in China

Alipay, the Chinese payment and service platform, will $340 million to develop women’s football in China over the next decade. The funding is primarily backed...
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Wanda Group to invest $297 mn in Chinese football

Wanda Group, the Beijing based multinational conglomerate, has committed a $297 million investment to develop and promote football in China. As part of the proposed...
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FIFA joins Chinese FA to further develop football in the country

FIFA president Gianni Infantino and acting president of the Chinese Football Association (CFA) Du Zhaocai  have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to harness the development potential of football...