Shandong Luneng became Jinan Taishan? State-owned enterprises are no longer the backers of Chinese football
The equity reform of Shandong Luneng Club kicked off, and Jinan Cultural Brigade gradually took over the team. After Beijing Guoan, another state-owned enterprise began to withdraw from professional football.
Under the background of large policies, the trend of separation of”side industries” by state-owned enterprises unstoppable. The team began to discuss, later called Shandong Luneng Taishan, or Jinan Taishan. Obviously these are issues that management must pay attention to. At that time, Greenland Group took the lead and forcibly went to Shenhua, which caused fans to turn back!
More than 20 years of professionalization in Chinese football, it can retain only a few names, and Luneng is one of them. To a large extent, Jianye, Luneng, Guoan and Shenhua represent the development of football in China.
The Chinese professional league has not yet produced economies of scale. Under this background, state-owned enterprises bear the responsibility of support, although marketization is the only way for the sustainable development of professional football. But at this stage, Chinese football needs continuous and stable blood transfusion.
In the past decade, it was China The golden development period of football. Calmly reflect on these ten years, the market capital has flowed insanely, more like doping. The short-term stimulus to the market, the craze has receded, and China’s football youth training, culture and mass base are still in”streaking”.
Tianjin Quanjian shouted”Win the world for Tianjin” and ended up in smoke. The happiness of Hebei Huaxia, who once ate a small brother, Ravich, has long lost its courage.
After the hustle and bustle, they each dispersed, and youth training and other fields that really need support are left out. Before Tianhai disbanded, their U12 echelon and private echelon played a game. Children pull out banners:Tianhai brothers, please don’t give up your football dream, come on!
It makes people sad and helpless, this group of children around 10 years old. While encouraging adults, they just faced the danger of stranding their football dreams when they first set sail. Many children may say goodbye to professional echelons. This is the truth that Chinese football has been hovering in the trough.
Everyone puts their absolute energy on decorating the first team, and the youth training is often in”starvation and cold”. Once investors have problems or divestment, the disappearance of youth training will definitely bear the brunt.
Tianjin Tianhai is disbanded, the first team players don’t have to worry about leaving home, but who has investigated what kind of “disaster of extinction” the club will face when it just started youth training.
=”p>=”p>=”p> Luneng Football School has a large proportion. Everyone criticized Luneng for being cautious, but did not see it sticking behind it. At the beginning of the new century, there were thousands of footballs in China. After that, it was sharply reduced to dozens. Only Luneng, Yatai and other youth players stably output stars.
The vast majority of private companies invest in teams and require the shortest time to see returns. Football is a sport that requires long-term persistence. There have been too many names in professional football in China for more than 20 years. Come and go!
It is a general trend for state-owned enterprises to withdraw from the Chinese professional stage, but it is not a necessary option. Because our market cannot support professional clubs, it requires wisdom from all parties to make this”foreign monk” thrive in China.