Chinese Super League
The Chinese Football Association’s tough line on football club finances has cooled spending at the top level and is pushing lower-tier teams toward oblivion. Chen Yaolin reports.
Chinese policy towards state ownership of sports leagues has performed a massive U-turn, with oversight of the Chinese Super League being passed to a private entity. SportBusiness looks at why, and what will happen next.
The Chinese Super League (CSL) has reached a long-term agreement with online classified ads marketplace, 58.com and its secondary real estate platform Anjuke to jointly sponsor the league
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The Thai football league season may restart earlier than planned due to pressure from domestic broadcast partner TrueVisions, the Football Association of Thailand has said - Bangkok Post
This year's Asia Cup national team cricket tournament has been cancelled, with planned hosts Pakistan possibly hosting it next year instead, cricket officials have said - The Hindu
The Chinese Super League is due to pay RMB15m ($2.1m/€1.9