Chinese club is in wages debt , Asian football waves up

Chinese club is in wages debt , Asian football waves up


Spending money on big contracts, success has not seen, the Chinese club have seen the consequences of money labels.

Chinese Super League over the past few years is considered fertile land for foreigners. But things are going bad. Two Asian players Robbie Kruse and James Holland have canceled their contract with a Chinese club due to wage arrears.

Liaoning Whowin is reportedly not paying Kruse and Holland full pay, after the two players signed for the club in January this year. John Didulica, the chairman of the Australian Professional Players Association, confirmed the news to the media Thursday.

Liaoning Whowin is currently in the ninth place in the Chinese Super League, causing havoc on Michael Thwaite and Dario Vidosic (Australia) in January this year. Although both players were contracted, they were pushed away mercilessly for the club to sign a contract with Kruse and Holland, securing foreign power.

Robbie Kruse, 28, Australia’s national player (50 appearances) has spent four years playing in the Bundesliga for Bayer Leverkusen (2013-2017), scoring four times for Liaoning since January. Holland is also an Australian national, scoring only once.