Abdul Aziz Al-Hadalaki
It is known that television rights represent the largest financial resource for professional clubs in all countries of the developed world. We are here, despite our progress in sports and football in particular, but television broadcasting still stumbles, and our clubs are still missing out on a vast and significant financial resource. Despite the many experiences between an official government and private carrier, the result is the same, not only in making transport a financial resource for clubs, but also in elevating it as a media product that satisfies the insatiable. Is. Supervisor, and competes externally. Our human and technological equipment is still too traditional, direct broadcasting is still backward, and programs have been hijacked from a radical group that only sees space and the horizon in the colors of their favorite club!!
And the new sporting season is on the doorstep, and clubs have moved to their overseas camps, and the news about the upcoming exclusive carrier is still conflicting. Will the former continue, or is there a new carrier!? Frankly, the time left for the start of the season does not help at all to start a new page for television broadcasts. It is clear that the suffering will continue, and what we used to air last season, whether official or private, will not change in name or content.
And if those same past bitter experiences are to come, we can make them less bitter by improving transmission by moving away from Internet badges that harassed followers, exhausted them mentally and financially, and brought the level to rock bottom. Transmission. It also contributed to the low level of viewing of the Saudi league among its fans in the Gulf and the Arab world. Because it relies on broadcasting via the Internet, or television platforms and applications that are not available to everyone.
The Saudi league must be re-watched for its fans everywhere. It is the weakest desire if we are not able to raise the level of transfer commensurate with the reputation of the strongest and most economically pumped league in the world, and the richest with the participation of foreign elements with big names. Football fans in the world.
** The matches offered by the teams are the strong and lucrative product of the Saudi league, from which televised sports programs are gaining their fame and popularity, as well as their advertising revenue.
** The very generous and unprecedented financial injections that the Kingdom provides to Saudi clubs are unfortunately not compatible with the development of the working level of football association committees, nor sports arbitration centres, nor the media functions of television broadcasting. Money created excitement in stadiums, but other relevant elements remained undeveloped, such as local arbitration, television broadcasts and committee work.
** Football Association committees are still functioning as they were more than thirty years ago. Compatibility is still the major headline in decisions. This has tarnished the image of our sport and our clubs abroad.
** Names and faces are changed, and the content of the work remains the same. There is an old and strong intellectual and cultural heritage that still dominates the Football Association, and we will not develop unless we uproot it from its roots.