Chinese Taipei National Team

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  1. jonny63

    jonny63 Member+

    Feb 17, 2005
    Norway
    Chinese Taipei are in the qualifiers for Asian Cup 2007 together with Korea Rep, Syria and Iran . Away match against Iran on Feb 22 and at home on March 1.

    They also participate in the coming AFC Challenge Cup in March / April, in group with India, Philippinesand Aghanistan.

    How do they prepare for these matches ? I never read anything about the team...
     
  2. greenlion

    greenlion Member

    Apr 22, 2004
    CHINA
    Club:
    Beijing Guoan
    Nat'l Team:
    China PR
    JFA sent a head coach to help Chinese taipei FA to train thier participater team, But no warm up match scheduled~

    actually Chinese Taipei has no real football player~ the Chinese taipei league Division 1 involves 4 universiade team, 1 high school team, 1 army team and 2 enterprise teams~ most of the players in Chinese taipei "National team" are only students
     
  3. shenhua

    shenhua New Member

    Aug 27, 2002
    Parramatta
    LOL, like lion said before, they only care about their stupid "democracy" politics, nothing else. Heck palestine beat them 8-0. They would lose by a world record margin if they ever played a decent team. Stupid Taibazi.
     
  4. AsanoAram

    AsanoAram Member

    Apr 14, 2005
    Just a question, will any of the PPLive channels show the match, even though relations between China and Chinese Taipei is real bad?
     
  5. jonny63

    jonny63 Member+

    Feb 17, 2005
    Norway
    Any news about the preparations before Challenge Cup ? Will they use the same team as in the Asian Cup qualifiers ?

    Chinese Taipei -Philippines in the first match in Challenge Cup in Bangladesh on April 1.
     
  6. greenlion

    greenlion Member

    Apr 22, 2004
    CHINA
    Club:
    Beijing Guoan
    Nat'l Team:
    China PR
    In My oppnion the Chinese taipei team in Asian Chanllenge cup is much more weaker than the one in ACQ~ some of the players were "badly" injured in the ACQ~ in fact~ they refused to play the Asian Chanllenge cup~ as I said~ Taibazi don't treat football seriously~ even some of the player themselves
     
  7. jonny63

    jonny63 Member+

    Feb 17, 2005
    Norway
    CHITTAGONG: A solitary goal by Wei-Lun Chuang helped Chinese Taipei overcome 10-man Philippines 1-0 in Group A match of the AFC Challenge Cup here at the MA Aziz Stadium on Saturday.

    Chuang scored the all-important goal in the 19th minute to give his side three points from the opener. Philippines coach Aris Caslib blamed the defeat on the redcard. “It was a crucial moment of the match because we were attacking regularly at the rival citadel. We could have scored an equaliser,” he said.

    Philippines got the first crack at the goal in the fifth minute but Gerald Orcullo failed to find the net on an Alexander Borromeo cross. Chinese Taipei got a chance five minutes later but Chien-Wei Liang’s header went wide. In the 44th minute, a shot by Philippines’ Ian Araneta was palmed out by Chinese Taipei custodian Jen-Feng Hsu.

    Substitute Emelio Caligdong of the Philippines was redcarded in the 85th minute after he dangerously brought down Chinese Taipei’s Meng-Chian Lee.

    Chinese Taipei’s assistant coach Wu-Yeh Chang said the players are not

    acclimatized with the hot conditions here but hoped that their performance will improve in the remaining matches.

    “Our players were very tired during the match because they are not used to these hot conditions and rigorous training since two days. I hope they will show better football in the remaining games,” he said.
     
  8. jonny63

    jonny63 Member+

    Feb 17, 2005
    Norway
    Friendly Macau - Chinese Taipei today . Any updates ?


    Macau FA have a website but only in Chinese , maybe some news there ? Maybe somebody can translate for me , please ?

    http://www.macaufa.com/
     
  9. Elninho

    Elninho Member+

    Oct 30, 2000
    Sacramento, CA
    Club:
    Los Angeles Galaxy
    Nat'l Team:
    United States
    The #1 sport there is baseball, apparently... they do have a pro baseball league. Also, I'm told that even basketball is more popular than soccer on a participation basis.
     
  10. jonny63

    jonny63 Member+

    Feb 17, 2005
    Norway
    Macau - Chinese Taipei 0-1
     
  11. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    Post originally written in Chinese by Lee Hung-Pin on Leadtek Sports News. Translated by midmaestro.

    Chinese Taipei Football Team Embarks On The Preparation For Their Last Asian Cup Qualifer Against Syria
    Hung-Pin Lee(11-05-2006)

    The last match day of 2007 Asian Cup(TM) Qualifiers will be played on November 15. This time Chinese Taipei is going to be against Syria in the final round of qualifiers, scheduling to start for the trip earlier on Nov 6. The first mission is a friendly match Kuwait's FA invited, on Nov 9 in UAE, and it should be a good warm-up for Chinese Taipei to overcome their opponent at the team's last qualifying match.

    With the qualifiers are coming to an end, the Group B, which Chinese Taipei are within, has South Korea and Iran as winners of this group, qualifying for the last 16. Though the national team has already got no hope to qualify, coach Imai Toshiyaki still insists on using his best squad as previous. Except Huang Kai-Chun, injuries Tsai Sheng-An and Chong Kuang-Tien, the Number 3 GK of the team, it is confirmed the remaining 21 players will be in the lineup.

    Full back Kao Hao-Chieh, who has been suspended for a red card in charge on the match against Iran, can not join the game against Syria in Damascus. But Imai has agreed the player to participate in the friendly against Kuwait, seeking some improvements. After finished the test training sessions in Japan, midfielder Chen Po-Liang and goalkeeper Lu Kun-Chi are surely also in the 21-men squad against Kuwait.

    Chinese Taipei's FA originally arranged long-term training activities in Chia-Yi County's Chung Cheng University. After the friendly match was confirmed by Kuwait's side, the FA changed their plan to call the squad backing to the headquaters in Taipei before noon on Nov 6 and set for UAE in that afternoon.

    The following list is the 21-men squad of Chinese Taipei for the tour:

    GK: 1 LU Kun-Chi
    12 HSU Jen-Fong

    DF: 2 KAO Hao-Chieh
    4 KUO Chun-Yi
    13 WU Mung-Tsung
    18 LEE Meng-Chian
    29 SHIE Mung-Hsuan
    33 CHEN Yu-Lin
    45 TU Chu-Hsien

    MF: 5 CHENG Yung-Jen
    6 FENG Pao-Hsing
    7 HUANG Cheng-Tsung
    15 CHEN Yi-Wei
    23 LIANG Chien-Wei
    30 CHEN Po-Liang
    34 WU Bai-He
    43 LIN Tso-Jen
    47 YIU Chih-Hung

    FW: 19 CHUANG Wei-Lun
    41 CHIANG Shih-Lu
    42 HUANG Wei Yi
     
  12. Mussab86

    Mussab86 Member

    Jan 20, 2006
    Jabriya, Kuwait
    Club:
    Real Madrid
    Nat'l Team:
    Iraq
    Nice to see people from Chinese Taipei /Taiwan
    please keep updating
     
  13. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    Here's the squad photo which was taken yesterday in Chungshan Stadium, Taipei. (Originally from CTFA)


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  14. Davidbbc

    Davidbbc New Member

    Oct 16, 2006
    And for the information , squad of Taiwan National team are very young . Most of them are 1980 players . Bravo Taiwan National team
     
  15. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    Well... maybe when we can score against Australia(Feb 2007 ,AFC Olympics Qualifier) or Uzbekistan(Mar 2007, Friendly). :eek:
     
  16. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    A News Link Of The Match From Afcasiancup.com

    And by the way, I've heard that in the early first half our players had some "severe body contact" with Kuwait players. And then one player from both teams was sent off respectively. But Kuwait just sent another one player in, causing the match become 11 v 10. IS THAT TURE?:eek:

    The source is from a local sports news website, so maybe some info from Kuwait plz:rolleyes:
     
  17. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    Imai Continued The National Team Coaching Contract With CTFA, Eying On The Olympics Women's Football Qualifiers Held In Next February.

    12-15-2006 midmaestro rewrites from CTFA news release

    Lin Te-Chia, the Secretary General of Chinese Taipei Football Association happily announced that the present national team coach, Imai Toshiyaki, has continued the contract with the association before the expired due on Dec 15. The action explicitly reveal the new beginning of the partnership, and both are hoping for a wider room for football development on this island. Though the coach's main mission is guiding the men's national team, CTFA now wants Imai to support its women's Olympic football team's nearest goal for Beijing 2008 qualification.

    Last year, Japan Football Association(JFA) granted a cooperative supporting plan for Chinese Taipei's football development, and Imai was selected by CTFA as the officially assigned coach from JFA. Following the first year of Imai's direction, there is a great change to the island's football environment. Although the results of this year's Asian Cup and Challenge Cup are seemingly not so acceptable for the local fans, participating major football tournaments still marks a good jump start as football in Taiwan has been disregarded for a long time.

    The coach's new employee's card has been approved by the Council of Labor Affairs on account for the aid in women's Asian and Olympic football competitions. CTFA holds the same viewpoint with the council and expect Imai's support at every level of the national team. Both have reached an agreement for improving the women's team in the first priority as Taiwan will host the group C games of Asian Olympic Women's Football Qualifiers in Feb 2007. The decision also takes EAFF Championship Qualifiers into consideration as it's the only international competition for men's team next year.

    In addition to the hosts, Australia, Uzbekistan and Burma are all joined the Group C of the women's Olympic football qualifying round. It seems not difficult for the Mulans(木蘭) to make their dreams come true. The present women's national team coach, Chou Tai-Ying, is also favored by Lin for her devotion to the women's football in Taiwan. CTFA has also remained Chou's job as the Olympic team's assistant coach, while Chen Yun-Sen, a good helper of Imai Toshiyaki, is assigned to the women's Olympic team as the goalkeeper coach.

    (Photo: Chinese Taipei National Team Coach Imai Toshiyaki)

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  18. aiueo-redded

    aiueo-redded Red Card

    Feb 3, 2006
    Japan
    Hi. Your NT's goalkeeper called Lu Kun-Chi will join Japanese club Grulla Morioka who play in 4th division league. Many Taiwanese baseballers play in Japan, but when it comes to football players, I think he is the first Taiwanese footballer to play in Japan.:D


    http://www.iwate-np.co.jp/sports/2006sports/m12/sport0612282.html
     
  19. soccerNJ

    soccerNJ Member

    Jul 26, 2004
    who is chinese taipei best player? what number does he wear on the team?
     
  20. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    My Pick -

    GK:
    1 Lu Kun-Chi (Absolutely;))

    DF:
    18 Lee Meng-Chian (Veteran Defender; Joined Army After ACQ vs Iran in April 2006)
    2 Kao Hao-Chieh (Very Tall And Strong Defender)

    MF:
    5 Cheng Yung-Jen (Played NT Games For Many Years; Was A Sweeper Until Imai Came In 2005)
    8 Feng Pao-Hsing (Being Bold In The Field, A Promising Very Young Midfielder)

    FW:
    42 Huang Wei-Yi(Check His Wiki Here. He Was The Only Player Scored For Chinese Taipei
    In The 2004-2005 AFC Qualifiers, totally 4 goals.)
     
  21. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    Today one of local newspaper websites announced that Lin Chia-Sheng, who was once on the squad list of Taiwan national football team for World Cup 06 qualifiers, has been approved as a LA Galaxy player from up to 800 testers in last week's open try-out. Unfortunately, I've just checked LA Galaxy's official website and found out that there is only two players who passed finally.

    According to Lin's words, he has played the final two testing games, and he was sent off in 55th minute of the second game due to injury. I think that's why Galaxy doesn't want him. A little pity of him.

    BTW, does someone really know if Lin Chia-Sheng have played in Bolton Wanderers' reserve team, Crewe Alexandra last year? I've checked his Wiki and it says he got 7 goals in the last season. Too bad to see him fail the test.
     
  22. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    Uh, sorry. it's 7 appearances and 1 goal in Bolton Wanderers reserve team...
    anyway he is going to another try-out provided by Chivas USA on Feb 16.
     
  23. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    OLYMPIC 2008: Taiwan Lost To The Olyroos By A Spirited 0-1 Scoreline
    ( 2007/2/14)


    Original Chinese Version Author:
    Lee Hung-Pin(www.ltsports.com.tw)

    Translated and Re-written by midmaestro


    Beijing 2008 pre-qualifying round matches between Taiwan and Australia finished as the 2nd leg ended in Taipei City Chunshan Stadium on Feb 14. The home team, Chinese Taipei U23, was looked weak in fitness against Australia U23 (the Olyroos), as if it were the war between Habbits and Uruk-hai. Though the home side fought for 90 minutes, a deadly fault by their defenders in the 66th minute saw Olyroos captain Mark Milligan score and lead the away side with 1-0 scoreline till the end.

    Conceding 12 goals without score at this round, Chinese Taipei Olympic football team
    is surely unable to reach the 24-teamed group stage. But for the home side's players, the result of the 2nd leg was more like a confidence-building consolation. Rob Baan, the head coach of the Olyroos, felt satisfied as his team qualified for the next round. He also indicated that there will be called-up of three to four EPL players for the coming qualifiers.

    On the first half Taiwan maked a hard-fought 0-0 tie with the Olyroos due to great performances by Taiwan's goalkeeper Lu Kun-Chi. Unfortunately at the beginning of the second half, he was attacked by the opponents intentionally and got hurt. In the 66 minute a mistake from Taiwan's midfielder Chen Po-Liang and left-back Wu Cheng-Hsien created a scoring chance for Aussies and finally saw their captain Mark Milligan break away and finally take the opportunity.

    The weather in Taipei today was sleet because of the cold current. And there was strong north wind in Chunshan stadium. The Australians chose to attack in the south direction on the first half, hoping to strike the home side by the winds advantage. But the great defending from Taiwan broke off the away team's many chances. Lu's smart saves against the wind and his teammates help let Taiwan prevent many attacks from Australia.

    Two great opportunities on the first half illuminated the hope to score for the home side. In the 29th minute, Taiwan's forward Huang Wei-Yi made a short pass in a quick strike to Chang Han on the right side. The latter dribbled the ball and passed it to the central, and it slipped to the rushing defender Hsieh Meng-Hsuan's behind. Huang's later supply shot went high above the bar. Another great opportunity came for Taiwan in the 41st minute when the team got a free-kick. Chang Han merely take the chance and finally saw the ball slip aside to Australia's goal. But the Aussies tried to fight back as their Cote d'Ivorie-born forward Bruce Djite shoot with his left-foot in the 37th minute inside the home team's penalty area. It was Lu Kun-Chi's great dive to smash the ball outside the box and successfully broke the most dangerous strike from Aussies at the first 45 minutes.

    The two teams changed attacking directions as the game went to the second half. Apparently the Aussies were aiming the home side's goalkeeper Lu when the match began from the break. In the 50th minute the Olyroos defender Nikolai Topor-Stanley kicked him by the left feet and narrowly started a conflict between players. Later Lu insisted on the field but failed to block the 66th minute goal from Mark Milligan and was then substituted by Hsu Chih-Chang. For the final 15 minutes, the match went high tension and only saw Hsieh's long shot failed to danger the away side. At the end Taiwan lost to Australia by one to nil in the end.

    The possession rate for Taiwan raised to nearly 40% in this match, and the defence was normally good. Compared to 6/13 SOG from the Olyroos, Taiwan's U23 side only got 1/7. Tsai Shang-Ming, the head coach of Chinese Taipei Olympic football team, said that his team played at 80 percent power but felt regrettable to see some mistakes from his players. And he also indicated that the players should remain cool, not to always take long shots while in the front.

    Chinese Taipei U-23 starting list:
    5-3-2 formation

    1-Lu Kun-Chi (18-Hsu Chih-Chang 74')
    15-Hsu Hsiang-Yu
    8-Hsieh Meng-Hsuan
    2-Tsai Sheng-An
    12-Chen Yen-Ting (20-Chen Shan-Fu 63')
    4-Wu Cheng-Hsien (7-Chen Yu-Lin 69')
    14-Chen Yi-Wei
    19-Chen Po-Liang
    16-Huang Kai-Chun
    9-Chang Han
    10-Huang Wei-Yi
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    Photo by Lee Tien-Chu(Leadtek Sports News)
     
  24. super_force redded

    Dec 15, 2006
    :D you are so funny

     
  25. midmaestro

    midmaestro Member

    Oct 31, 2006
    Taiwan(ROC)
    Nat'l Team:
    Chinese Taipei
    Lin failed again.
    Here's the photo of him on www.suenomls.com.

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    Hope to see more players from Taiwan go abroad and try their best.
     

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