Originally, CFA issued the said notice on 20 November 2019, which had required all professional football clubs to suspend the conclusion of personal labor contracts with domestic footballers, including but not limited to drafting new contracts or renewing contracts in force. Many football stakeholders believe that the “salary caps” (amongst other measures) represent CFA’s measures aimed at finally limiting excessive salaries and over investment.
Some parts of the new policies can be traced back to as early as the end of 2018, when CFA issued the so-called “four...
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