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  1. News - China - SOCCER

    Sponsors spend big on Chinese Super League

    Posted Feb 25th 2014, 10:48am by DARREN WEE

    ... last year. The Chinese Super League has pulled in more than 300 million yuan (HK$380 million) in sponsorship deals this season after Guangzhou Evergrande won the Asian Champions League last year. The Chinese Super League signed three sponsorship deals in the past week worth far more than the expected 40 million yuan, state media reported. China Ping An Insurance was announced ...

  2. Sport - China - SOCCER

    Gao Lin scores twice as Guangzhou Evergrande continue winning way

    Posted Mar 19th 2014, 12:43am by Michael Church

    ... during the warm-up, and it was the same with Zhao Xuri," said Lippi, who was also forced to replace the Chinese midfielder just before kick-off. I'm glad we took the three points, ...

  3. Sport - China - SOCCER

    Guangzhou Evergrande primed for Jeonbuk

    Posted Mar 17th 2014, 09:39pm by Michael Church

    ... in the Chinese Super League at the weekend. "In our last AFC Champions League game we were not as good as we should be, but it doesn't mean I'm extremely unhappy," said the Italian ...

  4. Sport - China - SOCCER

    Guangzhou playmaker Diamanti certain to play at World Cup, says Lippi

    Posted Mar 11th 2014, 10:31pm by Michael Church

    ... Michael Church Italy star expected to lead the way as Chinese side take on Yokohama Marinos in AFC Champions League clash Guangzhou Evergrande soccer coach Marcello Lippi is confident new ... that lost 1-0 to the world champions last Wednesday, but Lippi does not believe Diamanti’s shift to play in the AFC Champions League and the Chinese Super League will have a detrimental effect ...

  5. Sport - China - SOCCER

    Marcello Lippi pens three-season deal to stay at Guangzhou

    Posted Feb 28th 2014, 10:08pm by AFP

    ... said he had turned down an offer. Lippi, who led Italy to glory in the 2006 Fifa World Cup, will remain coach of the Chinese and AFC Champions League title holders until November 2017, Evergrande said on a verified account on Sina Weibo, a Chinese equivalent of Twitter. Evergrande broke China's 23-year Asian title drought when they clinched the continental club championship ...

  6. Sport - China - SOCCER

    China aim for Asian Cup berth as new era starts

    Posted Mar 04th 2014, 11:49pm by Michael Church

    ... the team with this change too much. "I won't interfere with Fu Bo's training and work before and during the game against Iraq. He will see through this match. I believe the Chinese ...

  7. Sport - China - SOCCER

    No resting on Champions League laurels, says Guangzhou coach Marcello Lippi

    Posted Feb 25th 2014, 10:31pm by Michael Church

    ... decades since a Chinese club was the team to beat in Asian competition, but when Guangzhou Evergrande kick off their AFC Champions League title defence against Melbourne Victory at Tianhe Stadium on Wednesday night, Marcello Lippi will be insisting his side do not rest on their laurels. Guangzhou last season became the first Chinese side to be crowned Asian champions since Lioaning FC won ...

  8. Sport - China - SOCCER

    China's new national coach named as Frenchman Alain Perrin

    Posted Feb 26th 2014, 10:17pm

    ... on Wednesday, ending rumours that Marcello Lippi was being lined up for the role. Yu Hongchen, the vice-president of the Chinese Football Association (CFA), confirmed via official news portal ... "This is not a secret." The head coach of the national team has already been decided- it's Perrin. This is not a secret. Yu Hongchen, Chinese FA The overseas website of the official ...

  9. Sport - China - SOCCER

    AFC Champions League to kick off amid high expectations

    Posted Feb 23rd 2014, 02:21am by Michael Church

    ... last year, mainland fans had few reasons to cheer throughout the preceding decade; with the national team in decline and bribery scandals dogging the Chinese Super League and the Chinese ... at Tianhe Stadium last November, the mood was already changing. Guangzhou Evergrande's victory in the continental club championship- the first time a Chinese club had been crowned Asian ...

  10. Sport - China - SOCCER

    American Tom Byer leads Chinese soccer revolution

    Posted Dec 14th 2013, 09:10pm by Peter Simpson

    ... with grass-roots development revolution American leads Chinese Soccer purists look away now. China has hired an American to teach the very un-American game beautifully. What's more, Tom Byer has been ... shoo-ins- he has been hired by the Chinese government to do likewise for the mainland. Byer is tasked to drive forward the state-funded China School Football (CSF) programme, an initiative ...




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