Vice President of the Football Association: Chinese football can be turned over in a day, but it does not need decades.

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Vice President of the Football Association: Chinese football can be turned over in a day, but it does not need decades.

2018-12-26 20:25:23 191 ℃

Live on December 26th, December 26th, 2018 China Football Association Youth Football Competition Work Conference and National Youth Super League Annual The awards were held in Wuhan. Li Yuyi, vice chairman of the Chinese Football Association, was interviewed after the meeting and talked about the development of Chinese youth football. He said that Chinese football is definitely not a day to turn over, but Chinese football is not going to be turned over for decades.

Talking about the development of youth football in the past year, Li Yiyi said: "The Qingchao League is not only the progress of the number of participating teams and events, but also the progress of the concept. The division of labor and cooperation in physical education and teaching emphasizes the integration of competition and training, and the concept of “five-in-one, two-hearted one-match” is proposed by the Chinese Football Association. It is particularly gratifying that the children slowly feel the process of playing. To my own happiness, I feel that I can grow up healthily and feel that Chinese football is no longer so quick and quick."

Talking about the current gap in youth football, Li Yiyi said: "There are few teams that can be played out. The downward penetration of the event is not enough. The team at the grassroots level and the local level will not be brought out completely. In the future, the campus league and inter-school events will be integrated. I hope that Qingchao can form a comprehensive promotion. If there are 500 teenagers in the future. Football team, there are about 5,000 below, then the future of Chinese youth football will see hope. In the future, the competition will be strengthened to ensure that young players get exercise, at least one year can participate in 3 "0 games or so."

Talking about the concerns and proposals of the community for the Qingchao League, Li Yiyi said: "I think the views and suggestions are good starting point, the key is that we really want to be quiet. Under the heart, down to earth, seriously, Chinese football is certainly not a day to turn over, but Chinese football is not going to be turned over for decades."