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Seol named South Korea assistant coach
The Korea Football Association have appointed former Fulham forward Seol Ki-hyeon as assistant coach to national team manager Uli Stielike, the KFA said on Monday. Read full article
China to accelerate youth training
China plans to nearly double the number of publicly-run youth football schools this year to 20 000, state media reported , as authorities push ahead with reforms aimed at becoming a football power. Read full article
Impatient Chinese chase glory at all costs
European clubs Inter Milan, Aston Villa and Sochaux have had a high turnover of managers since Chinese takeovers, sparking fears that their trigger-happy new owners have little patience and no strategy. Read full article
China will take years to build culture - Wenger
China cannot build a soccer culture overnight by splurging on overseas players, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has said Read full article
China plan salary caps
Chinese football authorities will impose salary caps on domestic clubs and send auditors to probe their finances, toughening a crackdown on the record-breaking sums spent to acquire top foreign players. Read full article
China to cut foreign player numbers on pitch
The Chinese Football Association (CFA) announced on Monday that it is reducing the number of foreign players a team can field as the country's cash-rich clubs continue to lure international talent. Read full article
Tevez fit enough for China, not Argentina
Carlos Tevez admitted on Saturday that his move to Shanghai Shenhua in China, where he will earn a record €38 million a year, was prompted by fears over his declining physical fitness. Read full article
China to curb splashy spending on players
China will put limits on the wild sums its clubs are spending on international football players, authorities said on Thursday, days after the transfer window opened and the Asian record was promptly smashed. Read full article
A rousing welcome for Oscar in China
Oscar was cheered by supporters of his new Shanghai club on Monday where some media reports said he would earn nearly $500 000 a week, making him the highest-paid player in the world. Read full article
Palace's Allardyce snubbed Chinese
Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce claims he rejected a lucrative offer from a Chinese club before taking charge of the Premier League strugglers. Read full article
Tevez agrees to join Shanghai Shenhua
Tevez became the latest high-profile international player to join the Chinese Super League when Shanghai Shenhua confirmed the player's signing from his boyhood club Boca Juniors on Thursday. Read full article
Jeonbuk's Lee wants ACL title win
Jeonbuk Motors forward Lee Dong-guk needs no extra motivation for Saturday's second leg of the AFC Champions League (ACL) final against UAE's Al Ain. Read full article
Al Ain, Jeonju meet in ACL final
East Asian organisation comes face-to-face with West Asian flair when South Korea's Jeonbuk Motors host Al Ain of the United Arab Emirates in the first leg of the Asian Champions League final on Saturday. Read full article
China dream still alive - Lippi
Marcello Lippi said China's hopes of reaching the next World Cup aren't dead and buried yet after they were unlucky not to snatch all the points in his first game in charge. Read full article
Lippi down to business as China host Qatar
Marcello Lippi said China need to shed their "underdog" mentality as he faces a tough first game in charge – a World Cup qualifier against Qatar which neither team dare lose. Read full article
Can Lippi lift sinking China?
Italian master-coach Marcello Lippi is facing one of his toughest assignments as he attempts what some fans think is impossible: putting under-achievers China on the path to greatness. Read full article
Son keen to shake off scoring blues
Son Heung-min has struggled to maintain the form that saw him named PL player of the month for September, but the striker says his mental strength will be key in South Korea's World Cup qualifier. Read full article
Japan players 'too respectful' - coach
Japan coach Vahid Halilhodzic said his players were too respectful and urged them to be "more vicious" after a stuttering World Cup qualifying campaign which has plunged his future into doubt. Read full article
Ban lifted for Australia-Thailand match
Thailand has lifted the ban on "joyful activities" at this month's qualifier against Australia after having originally asked fans not to chant amid mourning for the long-serving King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Read full article
Lippi looks to restore China confidence
Marcello Lippi said his first priority as China coach is to restore some confidence to his players as he looks to breathe some life into their faltering campaign to qualify for the 2018 World Cup. Read full article
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