Culture: The extra expense of the Chinese Super League due to the coronavirus
Jiansu Suning dismissed Cannavaro’s Guangzhou Evergrande last Thursday and was proclaimed champion of the Chinese Super League for the very first time in its history by winning the 2nd game of the last 2-1 after the first ended with a 0-0 draw. “What would have occurred if Jiansu Suning had signed Bale last summer?” they wonder on Titan.
The Chinese Super League it resumed on July 26 after being suspended for the coronavirus. 2 groups of 8 were developed that challenged door closed its fourteen matches in those venues. To prevent the spread of the coronavirus, players, coaching personnel and referees had to stay restricted in a closed location -they might only move between hotels, training premises and parts of the arenas- up until September 28, when the first stage of the league ended. The president of the Chinese Football Association, Chen Yuxan, stated that all these measures have been an additional charge of 200 million yuan (about 26 million euros).
Other expenditures were those that were included in games for the stadium and on video game days, since a number of were transferred to South Korea. More than 23,000 tests were conducted in the first half of the season prior to the teams advanced to the transfer or champion groups for the second stage.