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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Frontierman » Sun Feb 14, 2016 7:33 pm

They are saying in Australia that there may be 8 starting Socceroos in China by season start.
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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Feb 16, 2016 10:27 pm

Frontierman wrote:They are saying in Australia that there may be 8 starting Socceroos in China by season start.


Tim Cahill won't be one of them, he's announced his contract at Shanghai Shenhua has been mutually terminated. All the more surprising as he only signed a new deal in November, presumably just a one year deal at his age but it's quite incredible the Chinese clubs can just throw such money away at the drop of a hat - presumably he's told them he wants pretty much the whole lot paid up to go now, going by his social media post he was decidedly unimpressed with them asking him to go.

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Greenlion » Sat Feb 27, 2016 2:05 am

The 2016 CFA Super cup will be held on February 27, Jiangsu Suning VS Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao, Two of the most valuable club in Asia,opens the New season of China Professional football.

the CSL season starts from March 4, the schedule for the first round:

March 4
Guangzhou R&F VS Hebei China Fortune
March 5
Hangzhou Greentwon VS Changchun Yatai
Henan Jianye VS Shanghai SIPG
Jiangsu Suning VS Shandong Luneng Taishan
Shanghai Greenland Shenhua VS Yanbian Fude
March 6
Shijiazhuang Ever Bright VS Liaoning Whowin
Chongqing Lifan VS Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao
March 16
Tianjin Teda VS Beijing Guo'an, the match is postponded to march 16 as home stadium of Tianjin is still under maintanance

the 2015 season scores a lot of new record in CSL history, the League had sign a record high broadcast deal, the total attendance reaches 5,326,304, the highest in the Leagues history, the CSL 2015 average attendance reach 22,193, the avg number for china league 1 is 9,007, and 2,577 for China League 2.

CSL average attendance changes:

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this year, the League will starts expansion, the CL2 will be expand to 20 clubs in 2016, and the expansion plan is like this:

CSL: 17 clubs in 2021, 18 clubs in 2022
CL1: 17 clubs in 2017, and in the following 4 years there will be 1 more club added to the League every year, CL1 will have 20 clubs in 2020
CL2: expand starts from 2016, 2016 CL2 will have 20 clubs, until 2027, the CL2 will keep a scale of 48 clubs!
4th Level will be added and there will be promotion/relegation between 4th level and CL2.

Independent research institute Weining Sports had published financial report for CSL 2015, and in 2015 season, the League as a whole has a total income of 3.2 billion RMB (440.64 million EUR),

The League's management company, The CSL Company has a total income of 96.39 million EUR, 20.66 million EUR from title sponsor,73.81 million EUR from other sponsorship and adervitising, includes 10.1981 million EUR from broadcasting rights.the CSL company has a revenue of 53.75 million EUR

Main Income of the CSL company in 2015
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Official Title sponsor :
Ping An insurance 20.925 million EUR
Official partener
Nike:15.345 million EUR
Ledman Optoelectronic: 6.2775 m EUR
Ford:5.301 m EUR
JD.COM: 4.185 m EUR
DHL: 4.185m EUR
Carlsberg: 2.79m EUR
Blueflame Media: 2.79m EUR
Official supplier:
Shell:2.79m EUR
Braodcasting Rights: 10.1981 m EUR

the 16 CSL clubs has a total income of 2.5 billion RMB (344.25 million EUR), includes the share bonus from CSL company, each club gots 2.15 million EUR.

the League (CSL Company + 16 clubs) has a total expenditure of 4 billion RMB (570.86 million EUR), CSL Loses 130.22 million EUR last season, the highest losses in CSL history.

Expendture of CSL clubs in genaral
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Under the new broadcast deal (1.1 billion EUR for five years and 137.7 million for next season), the CSL officers estimated the total incomes of CSL 2016 will exceed 4 billion RMB (570.86 million EUR), ant least 6 clubs will reach profitablity.the CSL company is expecting to have total income of 192.9 million EUR in 2016 season, and a revenue of 165.4 million EUR, each club is expecting to recoeve a share bonus of at least 9.26 million EUR.

Guangzhou is still the best, Is not because they have better attacking line but they have the best defensive collection in CSL.

CSL is not like a walk in the garden to Guangzhou Evergrande in recent seasons, the top 2 or 3 clubs all have European class forwards so some times the results is decided by who lost fewer.

But this year Shanghai SIPG has better chances to win the Vulcan Cup (CSL Trophy) than previous season, Shandong and Beijing are also potentiallly contenders, Jiangsu is also hopeful although they ********ed themself off in Vietnam, but I think it is a expectable results as the team actually only played together for 5 or 6 days, Hebei CFFC still need further observision as newly promoted team while Shanghai Greenland Shenhua, they are wankers

the most interesting part is most of these above clubs had annouced or indicated they want to win the ACL in five years or some simmilar plan etc, so it made the CSL looks like a ambitious League to people outside China, I still believe the big spending tendency is bacause these clubs have no chioce but to do so in order to catch up teams like GE or SIPG and to make fans and sponsors happy so that the clubs could keep their face as "powerhouse" etc.

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby OttoSilver » Wed Mar 02, 2016 2:33 pm

The Chinese clubs are outspending the English by quite a bit, who in turn are dwarfing the Italians in third place. The Chinese second tier managed to outspend the Germans, Spanish and French.

If only the Chinese league was not based in, you know, China.
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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby eujin » Wed Mar 02, 2016 7:10 pm

OttoSilver wrote:If only the Chinese league was not based in, you know, China.

Where would you like it to be based, if not in China?

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby SteveW » Wed Mar 02, 2016 9:25 pm

I'd vote for Lanarkshire. Would be really convenient for me and give me something to do most nights instead of watching the telly and wishing I was still in Korea.
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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Frontierman » Thu Mar 03, 2016 10:32 am

OttoSilver wrote:The Chinese clubs are outspending the English by quite a bit, who in turn are dwarfing the Italians in third place. The Chinese second tier managed to outspend the Germans, Spanish and French.

If only the Chinese league was not based in, you know, China.



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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Greenlion » Mon Apr 25, 2016 5:04 pm

CSL 2016 Round 6
Hangzhou Greentown 1-1 Chongqing Lifan 7,128
Yanbian Fude 1-2 Henan Jianye 21,150
Guangzhou R&F 1-1 Jiangsu Suning 10,978
Beijing Guoan 0-0 Liaoning Whowin 39,771
Changchun Yatai 1-3 Shanghai SIPG 18,526
Tianjin Teda 0-4 Guangzhou Evergrande 20,860
Shijiazhuang Ever Bright 2-1 Shandong Luneng 22,048
Shanghai greenland Shenhua 2-0 Hebei China Fortune 23,859

Update to April 25, Total attendance 1,273,411, Average attendance 27,094

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TABLE CHINESE SUPER LEAGUE 2016
1    Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao   15pts
2    Jiangsu Suning                   14
3    Shanghai SIPG                   11
4    Henan Jianye                   10
5    Shanghai Greenland Shenhua       9
6    Shijiazhuang Ever Bright         8
7    Hebei China Fortune              8
8    Hangzhou Greentown            7
9    Chongqing Lifan                  7
10    Shandong Luneng Taishan            7
11    Tianjin Teda                    6
12    Liaoning FC                    6
13    Yanbian Funde                    5
14    Guangzhou R&F                    5
15    Beijing Guoan                    5
16    Changchun Yatai                    2

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby eujin » Mon Apr 25, 2016 9:30 pm

What's been the reaction in China to Guangzhou Evergrander not making it out of the ACL group stage? Shanghai SIPG have been flying along, so is there a chance of a change of guard at the top of Chinese football?

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Greenlion » Thu May 05, 2016 6:32 pm

eujin wrote:What's been the reaction in China to Guangzhou Evergrander not making it out of the ACL group stage? Shanghai SIPG have been flying along, so is there a chance of a change of guard at the top of Chinese football?


Regarding Guangzhou Evergrande, the team is so tired as they've played too much matches last season, say noting of their National players who played more international matches. Jackson Martinez only cooperate with the team for three weeks,injury and physical stuation are big problem of GE.

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Greenlion » Fri May 06, 2016 8:10 pm

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Greenlion » Mon May 09, 2016 12:40 pm

CSL Round 8

Hebei China Fortune 4-3 Henan jianye 20,211
Liaoning FC 0-0 Shanghai Greenland Shenhua 21,307
Guangzhou R&F 2-0 Chongqing Lifan 9,122
Yanbian Fude 2-0 Chanchun Yatai 19,550
Shijiazhuang Ever Bright 1-2 Shanghai SIPG 23,207
Shandong Luneng Taishan 2-3 Tianjin Teda 13,288
Hangzhou Greentown 1-2 Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao 22,739
Beijing Guo'an 1-2 Jiangsu Suning 41,755

Update to May 8, Total attendance 1,675,933 Average attendance 26,602

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Table
1    Guangzhou Evergrande Taobao   21
2    Jiangsu Suning         20
3    Shanghai SIPG         17
4    Hebei China Fortune      14
5    Henan Jianye         13
6    Tianjin Teda         12
7    Guangzhou R&F         11
8    Shanghai Greenland Shenhua   10
9    Yanbian Funde         8
10    Chongqing Lifan   CQ Lifan   8
11    Shijiazhuang Ever Bright   8
12    Hangzhou Greentown      7
13    Shandong Luneng Taishan      7
14    Liaoning FC         7
15    Beijing Guoan         6
16    Changchun Yatai         2

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby MipoFanatic » Mon May 09, 2016 3:15 pm

My missus ran into the Guangzhou R&F squad at a restaurant the other day. She was more interested in (well, miffed about) the fact they had taken all the window tables. :lol:

Quick Google, informed her that a senior Korean international is on the team, and she ran back into the restaurant to get a photo taken with the lad. :smt117

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Re: 2016 Chinese Super League

Postby Holyjoe » Thu Nov 03, 2016 9:40 am

Nice work Hong Myung-bo.

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