2020-07-05

Football Association Secretary-General Liu Yi:The Super League won’t come easily, trying to start all leagues

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Live broadcast on July 5th. Liu Yi, Secretary-General of the Chinese Football Association, talked about the work of the Football Association during the outbreak in an interview with CGTN (China International Television). In The Chinese Super League league is about to start. At the same time, the Football Association is also working hard to start other domestic leagues. In addition to the league, the Football Association is also working hard to ensure that national teams at all levels play safely during the outbreak.

Liu Yi bluntly said that the start of the Chinese Super League is not easy, because in the past few months, due to the impact of the epidemic, global sports activities have been forced to stop. It is very challenging to restart the Chinese Super League at this unusual moment. The Football Association also hired Shanghai infectious disease expert Professor Zhang Wenhong to formulate guidelines for the prevention of epidemic prevention for the opening of the new season. Professor Zhang Wenhong said that the game should be played in the empty field at this stage, but with the improvement of the epidemic, some fans can be allowed to watch the game live . At the same time, the Football Association has been working closely with relevant departments, hoping to start all other domestic leagues.

For the national team, earlier this year, the women’s football team held training in Wuhan, and then they will travel to Australia for the Olympic Qualification. The Football Association did its utmost to ensure that the national team played safely during the outbreak.

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