Chinese football, which was pushed back by Thailand, was again disgraced. This time it is the case of Cristiano Ronaldo (Al Nasr).
According to the 2022 world professional soccer league rankings released by IFFHS on its website this month, the K-League ranked 18th. This is a rise of 4 places from 22nd last year, and is the highest among professional soccer leagues belonging to the Asian Football Confederation (AFC).
As a result, the K-League has maintained its top spot in the Asian Professional Football League rankings for 12 consecutive years since 2011, selected by the IFFHS. The K-League’s 2022 conversion score is 525.25 points (18th), Japan’s J-League 402 points (30th), Saudi Arabia’s Saudi Professional League 352.75 points (40th), Uzbekistan Super League 297 points (57th) ) followed by
However, China remained at 74th. It was also pushed back by Thailand, which ranked 71st. It’s heading for the worst.
Sohu.com said on the 27th (Korean time), “The Super League was pushed down to 9th place in the Asian League rankings. It once climbed to 4th place, but now it’s plummeted.” We are complaining to the president of the Football Association (CFA).”
China once spent an astronomical amount on signing a star player. But recently it completely collapsed. As economic difficulties arose due to the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19), clubs were shaken like dominoes. In addition, the club was disbanded due to management problems of the parent company.
Sohu.com said, “The Chinese Super League was once rated as the sixth largest league in the world. However, over the past four years, due to many influences such as policies, its competitiveness has continued to decline and has fallen to an unprecedented low.” , Vietnam (V-League) and Myanmar 메이저사이트 will catch up,” he added.
On the 29th, Reuters also pointed out the problems of Chinese soccer. It was reported that the reason why Cristiano Ronaldo (Al-Nasr) advanced to the Saudi Arabia league shows the decline of Chinese football.
The media said, “Chinese professional football teams owned by real estate developers are going through a period of decline, with clubs disbanding over the past five years.”