Guangzhou Evergrande celebrate becoming 2019 Chinese Super League champions. Players will not be allowed to hug under proposed 2020 rule changes. Photo: Xinhua Guangzhou Evergrande celebrate becoming 2019 Chinese Super League champions. Players will not be allowed to hug under proposed 2020 rule changes. Photo: Xinhua
Guangzhou Evergrande celebrate becoming 2019 Chinese Super League champions. Players will not be allowed to hug under proposed 2020 rule changes. Photo: Xinhua
Jonathan White
Opinion

Opinion

The East Stand by Jonathan White

Chinese Super League season no closer to starting as CFA look for workable proposal

  • Media report that no new proposal has been submitted to authorities for start of 2020 season in mid-July after initial rejection
  • Questions over format, foreign players and anti-coronavirus rule changes hang over any potential restart for football

Guangzhou Evergrande celebrate becoming 2019 Chinese Super League champions. Players will not be allowed to hug under proposed 2020 rule changes. Photo: Xinhua Guangzhou Evergrande celebrate becoming 2019 Chinese Super League champions. Players will not be allowed to hug under proposed 2020 rule changes. Photo: Xinhua
Guangzhou Evergrande celebrate becoming 2019 Chinese Super League champions. Players will not be allowed to hug under proposed 2020 rule changes. Photo: Xinhua
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