Carlos Tevez is mobbed at Shanghai’s Pudong airport as he arrives to start collecting a weekly wage reported to be US$800,000. Photo: APCarlos Tevez is mobbed at Shanghai’s Pudong airport as he arrives to start collecting a weekly wage reported to be US$800,000. Photo: AP
Carlos Tevez is mobbed at Shanghai’s Pudong airport as he arrives to start collecting a weekly wage reported to be US$800,000. Photo: AP
James Porteous
Opinion

Opinion

James Porteous

Why China’s fears over capital flight and corruption may have dictated new football rules

The Chinese Football Association announced sweeping new laws to the governance of the game that appear to have been dictated by a government extremely suspicious of the massive sums clubs have been spending

Carlos Tevez is mobbed at Shanghai’s Pudong airport as he arrives to start collecting a weekly wage reported to be US$800,000. Photo: APCarlos Tevez is mobbed at Shanghai’s Pudong airport as he arrives to start collecting a weekly wage reported to be US$800,000. Photo: AP
Carlos Tevez is mobbed at Shanghai’s Pudong airport as he arrives to start collecting a weekly wage reported to be US$800,000. Photo: AP
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