Reporter: the Chinese Football Federation’s proposal to postpone the last two championship fights was first opposed by Guoan.

According to reporter Ma Dexing, the Chinese Football Federation originally proposed to postpone the final round of the three towns of Wuhan vs Jinmen Tiger and Shandong Taishan vs Beijing Guoan, but they were opposed by Beijing Guoan.
For the sake of fair competition and the hope that the final round of the Chinese Super League can be successfully concluded, the Chinese Football Federation (preparatory group) put forward a compromise on December 28th. The two matches between Wuhan Sanzhen team and Tianjin Jinmen Tiger team, Shandong Taishan team and Beijing Guoan team originally scheduled for December 31 will be postponed, and the time will be scheduled for January 4 next year.
But as soon as the plan was put forward, it was first opposed by Beijing Guoan. Because if it is to be postponed, the 33rd round between Guoan and Shanghai Seaport should be postponed, because if Guoan does not abstain from losing 0-3, the Guoan team will at least have a chance to compete for third place in this year’s league, even if it is fourth in the league. It is still possible to qualify for next year’s AFC Champions League (if the FA Cup is won among the top three teams).
On the 28th, the Chinese Football Federation (preparatory group) first convened a meeting of four relevant clubs, namely, the three towns of Wuhan, Shandong Taishan, Beijing Guoan and Tianjin Jinmen Tiger. During the meeting, three clubs in Beijing, Tianjin and Wuhan clearly expressed their opposition, and only the Shandong Taishan team agreed to the extension. However, since three of the four clearly opposed it, Shandong Taishan could not say much. However, Shandong Taishan subsequently put forward a motion that “this year’s Chinese Super League championship should be shared by two teams with the same points.” However, this “juxtaposition” also met with opposition.
After internal research, the Chinese Football Federation (Preparatory Group) convened another meeting at 20:00 on the 28th, and all 18 clubs of the Chinese Super League sent representatives to attend. The Chinese Football Association (Preparatory Group) requires all clubs to do everything possible, in principle, to send teams to participate in the final round of the league, and to allow clubs that are really unable to play to report to the Chinese Football Association (Preparatory Group) before 23:00 at night. It is reported that both Beijing Guoan Club and Tianjin Club have made it clear that they cannot send teams to participate in the competition.