Former Chelsea Midfielder Ramires Tries To Attack Referee Following Red Card

Midfielder Ramires ran towards the referee with an intention to attack him after he received a red card after Jiangsu Suning’s 2-1 loss to Shandong Luneng.

Chinese “Steel Roses” Eye To Reach Quarterfinals In Rio, Says Coach

China’ s women football team aims to advance to the quarterfinals of the Rio Olympic Games, head coach Bruno Bini told a press conference on Tuesday before the team leave for training camp in France.

Chinese Club Shenzhen Kaisa Appoints Clarence Seedorf As New Manager

Dutchman Clarence Seedorf was appointed head coach of Shenzhen Kaisa, the Chinese second division club announced on Thursday.

Michael Owen Is On A Mission To China!

Two former English international football stars unveiled plans Tuesday for a new venture to specialize in the development of soccer schools and coach education programs in China.

Inter Milan Take-Over : Fans In Italy Harbor Mixed Feeling

The news that Chinese retail giant Suning Group has acquired 70 percent majority share of Inter Milan was greeted by Italian fans with optimism as well as suspicions.

I Won’ t Consider Being A Coach In China, Says Departing Ajax Coach Frank de Boer

Before his last game for Ajax, de Boer denied that China would be his next stop.

Inter Milan Opens Academy Program In Beijing

Inter Academy will cooperate with Yihai Group to set up the club’s third academy in China.

Jiangsu Suning Ties Guangzhou R&F 1-1 In Chinese Super League

Jiangsu Suning was held to a 1-1 draw by Guangzhou R&F in the sixth round of 2015 Chinese Super League (CSL) on Saturday.

Why Africa’s Sports Industry Needs To Step Up To The Plate

The Egyptian government recently took steps that have lead to football fans being labelled as terrorists. The arrest and detention of alleged members of the Ultras White Knights (UWK), a highly politicised supporters group associated with Cairo club Al Zamalek […]

Nedved Becomes Chinese Soccer League Ambassador

Former Czech midfielder Pavel Nedved has signed a three-year deal to be ambassador for the Chinese top soccer league.

Revenue For Chinese Super League Reaches $230m

The annual revenue for the Chinese Super League (CSL) in 2015 has amounted to 1.5 billion yuan (230 million US dollars).

Foreign Players Dominated First Round Of Chinese Super League

The eye-catching signings attracted worldwide attentions to the CSL and thrilled local soccer fans as well.

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