Shanghai SIPG players in their first public training session for the new season following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Reuters Shanghai SIPG players in their first public training session for the new season following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Reuters
Shanghai SIPG players in their first public training session for the new season following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Reuters

Coronavirus: Chinese Super League set to start in late June as pandemic situation improves, reports say

  • Group stage competition is proposed, giving Chinese Football Association more flexibility, while accommodating AFC Champions League and 2022 World Cup qualifying
  • But Covid-19 crisis claims Tianjin Tianhai, who are dissolved because of financial problems, with relegated Shenzhen FC now likely to stay in top flight

Topic |   Chinese Football Association (CFA)
Shanghai SIPG players in their first public training session for the new season following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Reuters Shanghai SIPG players in their first public training session for the new season following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Reuters
Shanghai SIPG players in their first public training session for the new season following the coronavirus outbreak. Photo: Reuters
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