The Analysis of Operation and Management Situation in Chinese Professional Football Clubs

Yi Jia

Abstract


China football league has started the professional reforms since 1994, but so far the operation of many domestic professional football clubs has been more and more difficult. Only a few clubs can survive and the vast majority of club investors are changed frequently, including normal transferring, normal capital operation, even being dissolved because of hardships. As for the reasons, the club's management system, the low return rate on investment, and the poor operating performance can be drawn. The thesis, from the perspective of clubs’ management system, will illustrate several reasons which influence the development of Chinese professional football clubs and put forward the feasible suggestions.

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Asian Social Science   ISSN 1911-2017 (Print)   ISSN 1911-2025 (Online)

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