Chinese football arrears: Can the "dead bureau" "do"?

Chinese football arrears: Can the "dead bureau" "do"?

Xinhua News Agency, Beijing, May 26 (Reporter’s male soldiers, Cai Yongjun, Wu Kunpeng, Xiao Shiyao) Chongqing Liangjiang Athletic Football Club recently announced that it has withdrawn from the Chinese Super League due to "liabilities and unable to maintain club operation" and stop operation. The Chinese Super Club withdrew for three consecutive seasons, which had a huge negative impact on Chinese football. On May 24, in front of the Chongqing Liangjiang Athletic Football Club, fans said goodbye to the team in various ways.

A problem left by the Xinhua News Agency reporter Tang Yi after the withdrawal of the club is how to solve the arrears of salary. Chongqing Club said that it will continue to raise funds through the methods of litigation, debt repayments, asset sales, and group borrowing, and make the maximum to gradually settle in arrears.

But even if some funds are recovered, I am afraid that it is a lot of money. Club dissolves means that the Chinese Football Association Arbitration Committee is likely to stop accepting cases of players’ arrears. The current situation of Chongqing Club is special. According to the allowance of the Chinese Football Association, although the club announced its dissolution, but before the Chinese Football Association did not make a formal treatment or disciplinary punishment, in theory, the club still has the qualifications for the Super League. Essence

From this perspective, if the club players now apply for industry arbitration, it should be theoretically accepted. However, from the past practice, even if the Chinese Football Association’s arbitration committee accepted the relevant cases, because the club’s assets were in essence, they could not achieve better results, and the internal settlement of the industry was basically unreasonable. Once the Chinese Football Association formally handle or disciplinary punishment for Chongqing Club, the club officially loses the qualifications of the Super League, and players cannot apply for industry arbitration. If the club does not settle the arrears after bankruptcy and liquidation, it can only be resolved through labor arbitration agencies or people’s courts.

However, the current understanding of the judicial relief of players’ group arrears is not uniform, and some labor arbitration agencies and courts are still not accepted.

This seems to have entered a "dead bureau". Can the "dead bureau" "do life"? Essence