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szdaily -> Sports
Reform highlights national soccer team, leadership
    2018-January-4  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

PROFESSIONALS will be given greater importance and offered more important positions in the ongoing reform of the Chinese Football Association (CFA), media reported Tuesday.

The association is expected to announce the largest-ever reform on personnel at the plenary meeting, and a reshuffle of leadership is expected to be made, the Beijing Youth Daily reported.

The Beijing Youth Daily predicted that the reshuffle will include more professional personnel from soccer clubs, as well as retired national soccer players.

Former soccer stars Sun Wen and Zhao Junzhe, former club manager Lin Lefeng, and former coach Li Shubin have already been involved in the CFA, according to the Beijing Youth Daily.

Previous reforms of the CFA shows that the association will focus on youth training, marketing and operating, as well as efforts to improve the national soccer team, said the report.

“This act is expected to improve the administrative capability of the CFA,” said Liu Xiaoxin, chief editor of Guangzhou-based newspaper Soccer News.

“More attention and importance could be placed on soccer due to the reshuffle,” Liu said.

However, the focus of Chinese fans seems more simple and straightforward.

“We will cheer as long as the national team makes improvements in its performance on the field,” a fan surnamed Guo said.

(Global Times)

 

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