2014 Chinese Super League

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby nzfooty » Mon Jun 09, 2014 7:25 am

Round 13
[May 22]
Guangzhou R&F 1-3 Shandong Luneng
[May 28]
Shanghai Shenhua 1-1 Jiangsu Sainty
Shanghai SIPG 1-0 Harbin Yiteng

Round 14
[May 25]
Harbin Yiteng 0 - 2 Guangzhou R&F
Liaoning Whowin 0 - 0 Dalian Aerbin
Shandong Luneng 0 - 0 Guizhou Renhe
Hangzhou Greentown 1 - 1 Henan Jianye
Jiangsu Sainty 1 - 0 Shanghai SIPG
Tianjin Teda 1 - 0 Shanghai Shenhua
Shanghai Shenxin 0 - 2 Changchun Yatai
[May 26]
Beijing Guoan 1 - 1 Guangzhou Evergrande


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 1.Guangzhou Evergrande            14  10  2  2  37-13  32
 2.Beijing Guoan                   14  10  1  3  18- 8  31
 3.Guangzhou R&F                   14   7  4  3  27-15  25
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 4.Shandong Luneng (Ji'nan)        14   7  3  4  18-11  24
 5.Jiangsu Sainty (Nanjing)        14   6  5  3  18-13  23
 6.Shanghai SIPG                   14   6  5  3  23-19  23
 7.Tianjin Teda                    14   6  3  5  16-19  21     
 8.Guizhou Renhe                   14   5  5  4  17-15  20
 9.Shanghai Shenxin                14   4  4  6  11-19  16
10.Hangzhou Greentown              14   4  4  6  20-29  16
11.Changchun Yatai                 14   4  3  7  15-16  15
12.Shanghai Shenhua                14   3  6  5  14-18  15
13.Dalian Aerbin                   14   3  5  6  16-22  14
14.Liaoning Whowin (Shenyang)      14   3  5  6   9-15  14
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15.Henan Jianye                    14   2  5  7  12-22  11
16.Harbin Yiteng                   14   1  2 11  11-28   5


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CSL teams join the competition in the third round.

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby nzfooty » Thu Jun 19, 2014 4:03 pm


Why China fails at football

Little red card
The telling reasons why, at least in football, China is unlikely to rule the world in the near future
(link to the Economist).

Quite old but The Economist resurrected this article give that it's the World Cup.

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby Holyjoe » Tue Jul 08, 2014 8:09 pm

Rumour has it Dejan Damjanovic could be leaving Jiangsu Sainty already.. Beijing Guoan has been mentioned as a possible destination for him.

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby weka » Tue Jul 08, 2014 10:28 pm

Oh look......... his email is on his freaking Twitter account.. let's go ask him... In fact, I'll email him
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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby AfonsoPt » Fri Jul 11, 2014 3:27 am

Holyjoe wrote:Rumour has it Dejan Damjanovic could be leaving Jiangsu Sainty already.. Beijing Guoan has been mentioned as a possible destination for him.


Joffre Guerrón left Beijing Guoan, so there is one free spot for foreign players in Beijing´s squad.

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby nzfooty » Mon Jul 14, 2014 7:12 pm

Match from a few days ago, rescheduled because of Evergrande's commitments in the Champions League.

July 10
Shanghai Greenland Shenhua 1 - 2 Guangzhou Evergrande

This extends Evergrande's lead over Beijing Guoan to 4 points - though Guoan (the only team with a realistic chance of catching up to Evergrande)
obviously have a match in hand.

Chinese Super League resumes properly this weekend with round 15 action. Guangzhou Evergrande take on Shandong Luneng (4th, 11 points behind), while Beijing travel to Henan (second to bottom).

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby nzfooty » Tue Jul 15, 2014 3:01 pm

Third round of the FA Cup (first one involving Super League clubs) will be played on Tuesday and Wednesday. Fixtures can be found here. One match was played on the weekend:
Guizhou Zhicheng 1 – 3 Guangzhou R&F

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby nzfooty » Thu Jul 17, 2014 9:30 am

Chinese FA Cup

Third Round

Beijing Institute of Technology 2 – 2 (4–5 p) Hangzhou Greentown
Yanbian Baekdu 2 – 0 Dalian Aerbin :!:
Shenzhen Ruby 0 – 5 Shandong Luneng
Meizhou Kejia 1 – 2 Shanghai Shenxin
Shenyang Zhongze 0 – 1 Beijing Guoan
Chongqing Lifan 0 – 3 Shanghai Shenhua
Qingdao Hainiu 4 – 1 Tianjin Teda :!:
Hunan Billows 1 – 2 Jiangsu Sainty
Tianjin Songjiang 0 – 2 Guizhou Renhe
Guangzhou Evergrande 1 – 0 Guangdong Sunray Cave
Qingdao Jonoon 3 – 2 Changchun Yatai
Lijiang Jiayunhao 0 – 0 (5–4 p) Harbin Yiteng :shock:
Wuhan Hongxing 0 – 0 (4–3 p) Shanghai East Asia :shock:
Suzhou Jinfu New Material 0 – 0 (4–2 p) Liaoning Whowin :shock:
Hangzhou Zhipu 0 – 4 Henan Jianye

Fourth Round will be played 23 / 24 July

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby AfonsoPt » Fri Jul 18, 2014 5:12 am

Dalian and Shanghai East Asia eliminations were the big surprises...
Also in Guangzhou Evergrande match was held a big tribute to Muriqui, he will leave Guangzhou Evergrande to Qatari team Al Sadd.

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby AfonsoPt » Fri Jul 18, 2014 10:08 pm

It's official, Dejan as signed for Beijing Guoan!

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby weka » Sat Jul 19, 2014 1:00 pm

Uhhh Afonso... Liaoning Whowin also got eliminated. I consider them a big more suprise than Shanghai East Asia.

And the fact that Evergrande and Guoan barely scraped by with a 1-0.

COme on now
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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby AfonsoPt » Mon Jul 21, 2014 8:23 am

weka wrote:Uhhh Afonso... Liaoning Whowin also got eliminated. I consider them a big more suprise than Shanghai East Asia.

And the fact that Evergrande and Guoan barely scraped by with a 1-0.

COme on now


Shanghai East Asia is in 5th, fighting for a AFC champions league spot, Liaoning Whowin is in 15th struggling to get off the relegation zone, so i think that Liaoning´s defeat is not a big surprise, in spite of they are a CSL team.

I saw the Evergrande match and they played as it was a friendly match. Elkelson only entered in second half, for instance...

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby nzfooty » Mon Aug 25, 2014 9:18 pm

Current lower league standings in China:

Second Level 2014 (China League One)

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 1.Chongqing Lifan                 20  13  5  2  43-15  44
 2.Shijiazhuang Yongchang          20  12  3  5  30-20  39  [*3]
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 3.Wuhan Zall                      20  12  2  6  29-19  38
 4.Beijing Baxy                    20   8 12  0  27-15  36
 5.Hunan Billows                   20   9  5  6  27-22  32
 6.Qingdao Hainiu                  20   7  9  4  26-24  30
 7.Qingdao Jonoon                  20  10  6  4  32-21  29  [-7]
 8.Tianjin Songjiang               20   8  3  9  23-23  27
 9.Shenzhen Ruby                   20   6  8  6  22-21  26
10.Xinjiang Dabancheng Nahuan      20   5  8  7  16-18  23  [*4]
11.Beijing Institute of Technology 20   6  3 11  28-36  21
12.Shenyang Zhongze                20   4  7  9  18-24  19  [*2]
13.Hebei Zhongji                   20   3  9  8  22-38  18
14.Guangdong Sunray Cave           20   2  9  9  17-30  15
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15.Yanbian Quanyang Spring         20   2  7 11  17-32  13
16.Chengdu Tiancheng               20   2  6 12  16-35  12  [*1]

[*1] Chengdu Blades were renamed to Chengdu Tiancheng before the start of the season.
[*2] Shenyang Shenbei were renamed to Shenyang Zhongze before the start of the season.
[*3] Shijiazhuang Yongchang Junhao were renamed to Shijiazhuang Yongchang before the start of the season.
[*4] Hubei Huakaier were relocated to Ürümqi before teh start of the season. They are now known
as Xinjiang Tianshan Leopard.
[*5] Yanbian Baekdu Tigers were renamed to Yanbian Quanyang Spring before the start of the season.


Third Level 2014 (China League Two)

Northern Group

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 1.Taiyuan Zhongyou Jiayi          11   8  2  1  17- 3  26  [*2]
 2.Ningxia Qidongli                11   7  1  3  13- 5  22  [*1]
 3.Nanjing Qianbao                 11   7  1  3  14- 7  22  [*1]
 4.Dalian Chaoyue                  11   5  6  0  19- 5  21  [*1]
 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 5.Shenyang Dongjin                11   5  1  5  11-16  16
 6.Hebei Qinhuangdao PKU           11   1  3  7  10-22   6  [*1]
 7.Tianjin Locomotive              11   1  2  8   5-17   5
 8.Shandong Tengding               11   1  2  8   6-20   2  [-3]

NB: Shandong Tengding did not show up for their home match against Ningxia Qidongli on June 7.
In addition to having the match awarded 3-0 against them, three points were deducted as
additional punishment.

[*1] Dalian Chaoyue, Hebei Qinhuangdao PKU, Nanjing Qianbao and Ningxia Qidongli are
new entries. They replace Gansu Aoxin, Liaoning Youth, Qinghai Senke (all three
dissolved). Chongqing FC, who were relegated from China League One, and likely
would've been placed in the Northern Group for the 2014 season, were also dissolved.
[*2] Taiyuan Zhongyou Jiayi last competed in 2012, when they were known as Shanxi Jiayi.


Southern Group

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 1.Meizhou Wuhua                   14  12  0  2  40- 7  36 Qualified [*3]
 2.Jiangxi Liansheng               13   9  3  1  23- 7  30
 3.Guizhou Zhicheng                13   8  3  2  27- 9  27 
 4.Lijiang Jiayunhao               13   5  4  4  15-12  19
 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
 5.Meixian Juncheng Hakka          13   5  4  4  16-15  19  [*2]
 6.Sichuan Longfa                  13   5  3  5  13-15  18  [*1]
 7.Sichuan Lidashi                 13   2  2  9   9-29   8  [*1]
 8.Mengzi Wanhao                   14   1  4  9   3-21   7  [*1]
 9.Fujian Chaoyue                  14   0  3 11   1-32   3  [*1]

[*1] Fujian Chaoyue, Mengzi Wanhao, Sichuan Lidashi and Sichuan Longfa
are new entries. They replace Dali Ruilong, Shaanxi Laochenggen and
Shenzhen Fengpeng (all three dissolved). Southern Group increased
from seven to nine teams (Guizhou Zhicheng joining after relegation
from China League One). 
[*2] Meixian Super-X changed its name to Meixian Juncheng Hakka before
the start of the season.
[*3] Meizhou Wuhua were known as Meizhou Kejia (or Meizhou Hakka)
until May 24.


Play-offs

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Quarter-finals

South 4th    -    North 1st    
North 3rd    -    South 2nd    
North 4th    -    South 1st    
South 3rd    -    North 2nd

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby OttoSilver » Tue Aug 26, 2014 8:50 am

What would make a team not show up for a home match?
There are two routes to success in football. One is being good. The other is being lucky. You need both to win a championship. But you need only one to win a match.

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Re: 2014 Chinese Super League

Postby nzfooty » Tue Aug 26, 2014 8:58 am

If I understood it correctly it had something to do with the players protesting non-payment of wages.

Btw, in League One Qingdao Jonoon were deducted 7 points for forging a players signature on the contract.
The fella (Liu Jian) wanted off to Guangzhou Evergrande but they were trying to stop him. Not sure how the CFA
concluded it was a forgery though.


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