Sunil Kukreja says Asian passion for soccer has mostly focused on the European and English premier leagues rather than home-grown talent. But that may be about to change, at least in China, as it builds on the Japanese model of boosting the domestic field, with the aim of winning the World Cup in two decades

Can Chinese soccer rule the world in the ‘Asian century’?

Sunil Kukreja says Asian passion for soccer has mostly focused on the European and English premier leagues rather than home-grown talent. But that may be about to change, at least in China, as it builds on the Japanese model of boosting the domestic field, with the aim of winning the World Cup in two decades

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Sunil Kukreja says Asian passion for soccer has mostly focused on the European and English premier leagues rather than home-grown talent. But that may be about to change, at least in China, as it builds on the Japanese model of boosting the domestic field, with the aim of winning the World Cup in two decades
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