Recently, there has been a "AFC Champions League" in China football circle, and the Super League team won all the matches in this round, which made China football fans shine at the moment. However, at this exciting moment, some people began to worry about the goal of domestic players, which made people feel a little surprised. Among them, Ran Xiongfei’s comments caused great controversy. He said that the team’s victory in three games was a shot in the arm, and it was completely nonsense to worry that domestic players scored less goals. What he seems to want to express is that in a team, everyone should contribute to the victory, not worry about who scores the goal. Of course, some fans don’t agree with this view. They think that if foreign aid always occupies the forefront of the scorer list, the room for improvement of local players will be limited.
However, is this idea too narrow? As a team, victory is the most important thing, and everyone should strive for it. In addition, we must not forget that local players also need time to grow up, and they need to improve their strength through youth training. Nowadays, the adult players have been finalized, but we can improve the overall level of football in China by cultivating young players. If we only pay attention to the immediate results and ignore the future development, then China football may never catch up with other countries. Therefore, let’s put aside our worries about the number of goals scored and take practical actions for the development of football in China.
Let us believe that as long as everyone tries their best, China football will surely usher in a more brilliant future.
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Live on August 4th Recently, Jerry stackhouse, a former NBA player and coach of Vanderbilt University, talked about Ingram in Arenas’ program.
Compere: Does any of the active players remind you of yourself?
Stackhouse: It’s hard. The game has changed. It’s the players who attack the basket. Ingram’s right-hand breakthrough reminds me a little of myself, but I can’t control the ball and play pick-and-roll like him. He has a good view of the court, which I slowly began to have at the end of my career. He was born with that feeling. He has the rhythm of controlling the ball.
In 1995, stackhouse was selected by the Philadelphia 76ers with the third overall pick in the first round. During his 18-year career, he played for eight teams, averaging 16.9 points, 3.2 rebounds and 3.3 assists per game. When he first debuted from the NBA, stackhouse was once considered as Jordan’s successor because he graduated from the University of North Carolina, entered the NBA with the same draft as Jordan, and had similar offensive skills (basket-back singles, turn-over jump shots).
On August 4th, Beijing time, the Hornets officially announced that the former boss Michael Jordan had sold most of the shares of the team, and the Hornets boss officially became a group led by Gaby Plotkin and Rick Schnarr.
Jordan became the small owner of the Bobcats, the predecessor of the Hornets, in 2006. In 2010, Jordan spent $275 million to become the largest shareholder of the team and became the only black owner in the entire NBA.
After holding the Hornets for 13 years, Jordan finally decided to sell the team. Jordan decided to sell the Hornets to a group led by Gaby Plotkin and Rick Schnarr. The shares sold this time were valued at about $3 billion, and Jordan kept a small stake.
With the approval of the NBA board of directors, the deal was officially completed today, and the Hornets officially changed owners. The Hornets also held a press conference for new owners Gaby Plotkin and Rick Schnarr today.
Jordan wrote in the official statement: "In the past 13 years, I feel extremely honored to have the opportunity to become a major shareholder of my hometown team, the Charlotte Hornets in North Carolina. I am proud of all the achievements of the team: exciting on-court moments, the return of the Hornets’ team name, Charlotte hosting the 2019 NBA All-Star Game, and Hornets Sports Entertainment Company becoming a real pillar of the community. Over the years, the unflinching commitment, enthusiasm and loyalty of Hornets fans are unbelievable. At the same time of my transition to minority shareholders, I am very happy to hand over power to two successful, innovative and strategic leaders, Gaby and Rick. I know that the Hornets will keep moving forward under strong management. I am excited about the future of the team and will continue to support the team and the community in my new role in the next few years. "