After the first two rounds of the Chinese Super League, the Disciplinary Committee issued several fines for the red cards on the field. In addition, an alternative business ticket has also sparked discussions on social media-the Zhejiang team and the Shenzhen team were notified and criticized for equipment violations before and after the first round of the game.
According to the Chinese Super League equipment management rules, the equipment worn by players must not have logos other than official sponsors, so from the rules, the Zhejiang team and the Shenzhen team must have violated the relevant regulations. However, the club also has difficulties. Under the current economic downturn, can the relevant regulations be relaxed to ensure the rights and interests of the club? Zhejiang team equipment violations.
Equipment violations, report criticism
There were two violations before and after the first round of the Zhejiang team. First, the head coach and players wore advertised training uniforms and POLO shirts to participate in pre-match training and press conferences; Official sponsor branded sneakers head to the team pickup point. Therefore, Zhejiang Football Club was criticized by the Chinese Super League.
According to the surging news reporter from the Zhejiang club, the Zhejiang team said that it will learn a lesson for the second situation mentioned in the criticism. Due to the return to the Chinese Super League after many years, the Zhejiang team has been negligent in this regard and has asked the players to pay attention. Make no more mistakes.
However, the Zhejiang team also explained the situation of wearing advertised training clothes and POLO shirts to participate in pre-match training and press conferences. The sponsors appearing on the training clothes and POLO shirts are the two shareholders of the club— —Zhejiang Energy and Greentown China, this is also an expression of the club’s desire to reflect the interests of shareholders, and there is no competition between the two shareholders and the sponsors of the Chinese Super League.
Of course, the Zhejiang team also stated that the fifth point of Article 40 of the “Chinese Super League Equipment Management Regulations” stipulates that players’ clothing must not contain any relevant logos other than official equipment suppliers. Therefore, the club must also obey the rules first. The area with the sponsor’s logo printed on the relevant equipment has been taped.
The Shenzhen team was also criticized by the Chinese Super League. However, compared with the Zhejiang team’s several violations, the Shenzhen team’s violation was to participate in the official training before the game by wearing a training uniform printed with advertisements. Shenzhen team game.
Reduce penalties, and the rights of both parties still need to be negotiated
According to the surging news reporter from the Chinese Super League, from the perspective of the Chinese Super League, the equipment management rules have been in operation for many years and have been recognized by all clubs before the start of the season. In the process of the new season, every club should strictly implement it. If the club has better suggestions later, they can also sit down and negotiate together.
From the perspective of the Chinese Super League, this is like the U23 rules. Because of the related disputes between Dalian and Guangzhou City during the game, the outside world began to discuss whether it is necessary to abolish the U23 policy, but until now the U23 policy still exists, the most basic principle of each team. Still have to follow the rules.
Xu Yi, a media person who has interviewed the Zhejiang team for many years, complained about the punishment of the Chinese Super League on Weibo. If a professional league does not have enough commercial value, it will be difficult to continue healthily. The neutral name policy has made sponsors lose their ability to show themselves. The huge stage, the outside world even thought that this was a devastating blow to Chinese professional football.
If there are too many restrictions on clubs, it will undoubtedly dampen the enthusiasm of investors and clubs, and make it more difficult for the already struggling professional league to develop healthily. If you manage too much, it will kill the vitality of the club and the league.
From a relatively objective point of view, some insiders said in an interview with The Paper that considering the actual economic situation of each club, the Chinese Super League has in fact reduced the punishment for similar incidents this year. In the past, some clubs have violated equipment It is stipulated that a fine of several hundred thousand yuan is imposed, and this year it is only a notice of criticism.
“Even so, the club’s living conditions are indeed relatively difficult. If it finds a way to open source itself, the Chinese Super League should give the club as much room for business development as possible. Especially when this right is not packaged and sold in exchange for actual benefits. Down.”Return to Sohu, see more
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