Guangzhou Evergrande midfielder Zheng Long, left, fights for the ball durjng an AFC Champions League quarterfinal match last month. Alibaba founder Jack Ma Yun bought 40 per cent of the team last year after getting drunk with its owner. He now has bigger plans for China's sports industry. Photo: AFP Guangzhou Evergrande midfielder Zheng Long, left, fights for the ball durjng an AFC Champions League quarterfinal match last month. Alibaba founder Jack Ma Yun bought 40 per cent of the team last year after getting drunk with its owner. He now has bigger plans for China's sports industry. Photo: AFP
Guangzhou Evergrande midfielder Zheng Long, left, fights for the ball durjng an AFC Champions League quarterfinal match last month. Alibaba founder Jack Ma Yun bought 40 per cent of the team last year after getting drunk with its owner. He now has bigger plans for China's sports industry. Photo: AFP
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Guangzhou Evergrande midfielder Zheng Long, left, fights for the ball durjng an AFC Champions League quarterfinal match last month. Alibaba founder Jack Ma Yun bought 40 per cent of the team last year after getting drunk with its owner. He now has bigger plans for China's sports industry. Photo: AFP Guangzhou Evergrande midfielder Zheng Long, left, fights for the ball durjng an AFC Champions League quarterfinal match last month. Alibaba founder Jack Ma Yun bought 40 per cent of the team last year after getting drunk with its owner. He now has bigger plans for China's sports industry. Photo: AFP
Guangzhou Evergrande midfielder Zheng Long, left, fights for the ball durjng an AFC Champions League quarterfinal match last month. Alibaba founder Jack Ma Yun bought 40 per cent of the team last year after getting drunk with its owner. He now has bigger plans for China's sports industry. Photo: AFP
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