2011-2012 Chinese Worldwide Thread

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  1. ntg.

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    link to the former thread:
    http://www.bigsoccer.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1453365

    it's time for a new thread with a new title :) :cool:

    NEWS TO BE DISCUSSED:
    - Wang Gang has decided not to renew his contract with Beira-Mar, the highly rated speedy striker might follow his former coach (who just left Beira-Mar) or sign a new club, will he continue to play in Europe? or he will go back to China?

    - Dong Fangzhuo signed a one year with Armenian Club FC Mika and finally finding his scoring touch, he stated that he wants to find consistent playing time and find his way back to top European league? is this dream a bit too farfetched?

    - although Hao Junmin became the first Chinese to win the DFB Pokal, he only played one match under the new coach, with one year left in his contract, will he continue his European career? or continue to fight for his place in Schalke?

    - more news to follow


  2. ntg.

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    CURRENT LIST OF CHINESE PLAYERS ABOARD + 2010-2011 ACHIEVEMENTS
    as of June 12th, 2011.

    German Bundesglia 1.
    Hao Junmin (Schalke 04)
    - DFB Pokal 2010-2011 Winner
    - first Chinese to win a trophy in Germany


    German Bundesliga 2.
    Shao Jiayi (MSV Duisburg)

    Portuguese Superliga
    Zhang Chengdong (Uniao Leiria)
    - first Chinese to play and score in Portuguese Superliga

    Wang Gang (Free Agent - has not renewed contract with Beira-Mar yet)

    Armenian Premier League
    Dong Fangzhuo (FC Mika)
    - Armenian Independence Cup 2011 Winner
    - first Chinese to win a trophy in Armenia
    - first Chinese to play and score in Armenia


    Belgium Jupiler League
    Wang Yang (Cercle Brugge)

    Serbia Superliga
    Cheng Mouyi (FK Spartak Zlatibor Voda)

    Major League Soccer
    Tan Long (Vancouver Whitecaps)
    - first Chinese to play in Major League Soccer

    French Ligue 2.
    Zhang Jiaqi (Le Mans)

    Korea League
    Huang Bowen (Jeonbuk Motors)

    Bai Zijian (Daejeon Citizen)
  3. ntg.

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    LIST OF OVERSEA APPRENTICES
    as of June 12th, 2011.

    French Ligue 2.
    - Liu Binbin (FC Metz)
    - Wang Chu (FC Metz)
    - Yi Teng (FC Metz)
    - Zhang Qi (FC Metz)
    - Xue Pengfei (FC Metz)

    Portuguese Second Division (Third Tier)
    - Wen Shuo (CD Madra)
    - Guo Yi (Boa Vista)

    LIST OF PLAYERS PENDING TO SIGN OVERSEA CONTRACT
    - Jiang Dongnan (AS Roma)
    - Huang Yuedi (Borussia Dortmund)
    - Zheng Jie (FC Porto, Bayern Munich)
  4. ntg.

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    TAN LONG
    譚龍


    June 11th, 2011.
    Major League Soccer - Tan Long (Vancouver Whitecaps) - DID NOT DRESS.

    Seattle Sounders 2-2 Vancouver Whitecaps.

    Stats:
    Major League Soccer: 1 start, 2 subs
    Total: 3 games from 1 start and 2 subs


  5. ntg.

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    BAI ZIJIAN
    白子建


    June 10th, 2011.
    K-League - Bai Zijian (Daejeon Citizen) - SUBBED IN in 72nd MIN.

    Daegu 1-1 Daejeon Citizen.

    Stats:
    K-League: 0 start, 6 subs
    K-League CUP: 3 starts, 2 subs
    Total: 10 games (from 3 starts, 8 subs)
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    DONG FANGZHUO
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    June 12th, 2011.
    Armenian Premier League - Dong Fangzhuo (FC Mika) - STARTED - PLAYED FULL MATCH.

    Mika 0-1 Gandzasar.

    Stats:
    Armenian Premier League: 8 starts, 3 subs, 2 goals
    Armenian Cup: 0 start, 3 subs, 2 goals
    Total: 14 games (from 8 starts, 6 subs, 4 goals)
  7. ntg.

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    Wang Yang signs a 2+1 extension with Cercle Brugge. :)

    [​IMG]
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    Super job on the lists and player updates.

    Calling Hao a DfB Pokal winner is one thing (1 full match + 1 90' substitution), but Shao wasn't even registered with Duisburg during the Pokal final. :)
  9. ntg.

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    oh shit you're right.
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    fixed. took out shao jiayi's stuff.

    i kept hao's achievement because the chinese media reported him as the 'first chinese to win the german cup', and he played two games out of possible six games.

    the only thing i am not sure is if the cup is as strict as premier league's rules, where the players must play certain amount of game to qualify for the medal.
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    I think one cup match would qualify you for a cup medal.

    No news on Hao being released? I'm telling you. He's going to Wolfsburg!
  12. ntg.

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    the latest news about Hao is "no teams want Hao" and "Hao is the top target to be sold by Schalke". :rolleyes:

    why do you think hao junmin would join wolfsburg?
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    [​IMG]

    Shao Jiayi started and assisted once in his debut for MSV Duisburg. The match is a pre-season practice.

    MSV Duisburg 7-1 Auswahl Südtirol
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    Reunion with Magath. Bring back the Magath-love that this forum exudes. :D
  15. ntg.

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    hao becomes a full-time defender.
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    Just thought that I'd mention something interesting that I found.

    Apparently there is a Chinese international student playing football at a Aomori Yamada High school which is one of the best high schools in Japan for football and have produced several professional players.

    His name is 除武 (how would you pronounce his name?) and he plays centerback.

    I was just wondering if you've ever heard of this kid. From what I've read, he is a starting member of the team and is supposed to be really good. He's in his last year of school, but I'm not sure if he'll be picked up by a pro club or not.

    Even if he's not picked up by a pro club he would still have a chance of going pro by playing football at a Japanese University since many J-League clubs take players from there.
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  17. ntg.

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    first of all, thanks for letting us know :)
    it's good to hear there's an apprentice out in japan.

    i did a quick research and there is nothing about 除武 (Chu Wu).
    there is no news about him in chinese and english.

    if you could, can you please offer more information about him?
    such as age, position, history, talents, etc.
  18. ntg.

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    DONG FANGZHUO
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    June 19th, 2011.
    Armenian Premier League - Dong Fangzhuo (FC Mika) - SUBBED IN at 69th MIN - SCORED at 87th MIN.

    Ulisses 1-2 Mika

    Stats:
    Armenian Premier League: 8 starts, 4 subs, 3 goals
    Armenian Cup: 0 start, 3 subs, 2 goals
    Total: 15 games (from 8 starts, 7 subs, 5 goals)
  19. SamuraiBlue2002

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    I'll check more indepth later, but from what I can see there really isn't much about him. All I could find was his birthday and physical numbers.

    He was born on March 9th, 1993. He's 183 cm, 78 kilo. They don't really state his previous club. It just says "China".

    My only guess right now is that he never really played soccer before high school or something and went to Japan for "educational" purposes and decided that it would be fun to take up soccer. But this seems highly unlikely since there are much better options in terms of education at other high schools so he must have gone to Aomori knowing that they are a powerhouse in soccer.
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    BAI ZIJIAN
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    June 18th, 2011.
    K-League - Bai Zijian (Daejeon Citizen) - SUBBED IN in 85th MIN.

    Seongnam 2-1 Daejeon Citizen.

    Stats:
    K-League: 0 start, 7 subs
    K-League CUP: 3 starts, 2 subs
    Total: 12 games (from 3 starts, 9 subs)
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    TAN LONG
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    June 18th, 2011.
    Major League Soccer - Tan Long (Vancouver Whitecaps) - DID NOT DRESS.

    Vancouver Whitecaps 1-0 Philadelphia Union.

    Notes:
    - this is Vancouver Whitecaps' first league win within three months

    Stats:
    Major League Soccer: 1 start, 2 subs
    Total: 3 games from 1 start and 2 subs
  22. ntg.

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    german medias say hao junmin will be signing for hangzhou greentown.

    cool story bro :rolleyes:
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    NNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.
    going back to csl AND to hangzhou!?!?! i quit china soccer.
    i bet guangzhou would pay more =ppp
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    Pretty sad if Hao actually went back to the CSL, but if that actually happens you guys have to start watching the Belgium and Portugese League where their are some Chinese players still playing there.
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    salty news guys.
    i can taste the sodium..
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