The Chinese Super League (Part 1) suffered a ‘great humiliation’. As they continued to lose their competitive edge, the world league rankings ‘plunged’, and they ranked lower than Thailand’s Thai League 1 (Part 1). While already acknowledging the bitter reality in the field, it was predicted that it would fall further in the future.
Chinese media ‘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.” ) is complaining to the president of the China Football Association (CFA).” 토토사이트
Previously, the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS) announced the 2022 World League rankings on its official website on the 27th, and the Super League received 250.5 points and stayed in 74th place. Based on Asia, Korea (K League), Japan (J League), Saudi Arabia (Professional League), Uzbekistan (Super League), Iran (Gulf Pro League), UAE (Pro League), Qatar (Stars League), It was ninth after Thailand (Thai League 1).
In fact, the sudden drop in the rankings of the Super League was expected. At one time, it showed off its enormous influence enough to shake the global soccer world, such as spending an ‘astronomical’ amount of money and recruiting star players, but in the last 2-3 years, as investment has drastically decreased, not one or two clubs have been ‘dissolved in the air’. Because.
In fact, many clubs in the Super League declared ‘debt default’ as their parent companies suffered an economic crisis due to the aftermath of the novel coronavirus infection (Corona 19), and some clubs were quickly ruined due to management problems and illegal charges. . In the midst of this, it fell to 15th in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) club rankings last year.
‘Sohu.com’ said, “As everyone knows, the Super League once dominated Asia. It was evaluated as the ‘sixth largest league in the world.’ He added, “If this continues, the ranking will continue to fall, and Vietnam (V League) and Myanmar (National League) will catch up.”