Hong Kong club transfer to Chinese Super League? Vice Chairman of Hong Kong, “I believe this is the right direction”￼
There is a possibility that the Hong Kong Premier League will be incorporated into the Chinese Super League.
According to the Hong Kong media <South China Morning Post>, Eric Falk, vice president of the Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA), said in an interview that the transfer of the Hong Kong Premier League to the Chinese Super League or the participation of Hong Kong Premier League clubs in the Chinese Super League would contribute to the development of Hong Kong football. expressed the view that
“I believe this is the right direction. Everyone is looking at the Chinese market, and we can access the Chinese market to help develop Hong Kong football,” said Falk. He added, “I want to create a foundation that continuously creates commercial value in terms of football. Through this, I can earn more money. I can improve the club conditions, increase player salaries, and improve the level of football.” The effects that can be obtained through 먹튀검증
The reason Polk mentioned this idea is because there are similar cases in some European countries. For example, some Welsh clubs, such as Swansea City, Cardiff City and Wrexham, are spending their seasons in the English club league system. Through this, it is expected that it will be able to pursue gradual development like Wales. The Hong Kong soccer world, which has many historic and prestigious clubs such as Kichi SC and South China, is also expecting to achieve the same effect.
On the other hand, Hong Kong’s strongest kitsch recently attracted the attention of Korean fans by recruiting tall striker Kim Shin-wook from the Korean national team. In Kichie, K-League legend striker Dejan Damianovic is also active.