Nail on the head!Didier drogba: The Chinese Super League is a pseudo-professional league. It doesn’t produce talent

2022-05-06 0 By

The super League is likely to continue to cut salaries in 2022, with the maximum annual salary for local players dropping from 5 million yuan to 3 million yuan before tax, leaving players with less than 2 million yuan.Currently, women’s international players earn between 1 million and 2 million yuan a year.Non-international players, if the club’s main players, the annual salary of about 300,000-400,000 yuan.It also means that men’s and women’s football players in the Chinese Super League are expected to receive equal pay for equal work after the pay cut for local men’s players.Some experts worry that this is not a long-term solution. Although the sentiment is very popular, the average salary of the players should be determined by the league level.Such artificial restrictions on the league may really not get up, even if the restriction is to improve the league level after the market to determine how much money they can take, the league level up to play the natural salary is low, artificial control all the same have two major disadvantages, one is not conducive to the development of the league;Secondly, it is also detrimental to youth training. After all, athletes’ career is relatively short, and no one is willing to bear the consequences after such compulsory averaging.Whenever The Chinese men’s football team lost and returned, youth training is the most popular question raised by fans and media.However, they ignore the construction of their professional league. In fact, youth training, league and national team are interdependent and indispensable.Look at our professional league, after the golden ball faded, there are only chicken feathers left.Former Chelsea striker Didier Drogba recently said in an interview that the Chinese Super League is a “fake professional league”, which does not produce talent or improve Chinese football.The truth was harsh, but drogba pointed out the problems we have in developing football;In recent years, most of the CSL, CSA and CSB clubs lack the ability to make their own money. Without the support of investors, the revenue capacity cannot meet the daily operation of the team.When investors mismanage or are unwilling to play football, clubs are either sold off or disbanded. Jiangsu Suning, the 2020 Chinese Super League champion, is a good example.In the past season, guangzhou, Chongqing and Hebei suffered similar problems and would have dropped out of the Chinese professional league had the authorities not let them ride it out in one breath.What time, our managers, players, coaches, and investors can begin formal league, regard it as a product or industry, to look at him, and run it from the view of the market, the real fans as their food and clothing parents, let the fans really has a feeling for the club, so Chinese super league to thoroughly get rid of “professional” hat.