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Football | Asia

Pato finally finds mojo in China
Alexandre Pato is rediscovering his love for football in China after a turbulent few years saw his career nosedive before he had even reached his prime. Read full article
China looks to Manchester to ramp up fortunes
Chinese coaches hope the magic of Mourinho and the guile of Guardiola will rub off on them as they attempt to dramatically improve football in the world's most populous country. Read full article
Guangzhou return for Brazilian striker
Chinese Super League leaders Guangzhou Evergrande have re-signed striker Muriqui on a six-month contract until the end of the current season, the club announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Podolski vows to boost Japan game
German World Cup winner Lukas Podolski on Thursday vowed to bolster enthusiasm for Japanese football after arriving to join Vissel Kobe, bucking a trend of big-name players moving to cash-rich China. Read full article
Stadium closed after refs hurt in China attack
A Chinese second-division club were ordered on Wednesday to play a home match behind closed doors after four match officials were attacked following a controversial draw. Read full article
Ref 'beaten' after controversial draw
The Chinese Football Association have launched an investigation into a controversial second-division draw that resulted in a match official reportedly being beaten and allegations of match-fixing. Read full article
South Korea name Shin as new coach
The Korean FA have named Shin Tae-yong as the new head coach of the national soccer team, Yonhap News reported on Tuesday. Read full article
Capello hits rock bottom in China
Fabio Capello's Jiangsu Suning slumped to the bottom of the Chinese Super League at the weekend after a defeat to a Shanghai SIPG side missing their banned star players and manager Andre Villas-Boas. Read full article
AVB, Hulk banned over Oscar protests
Shanghai SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas and Brazilian striker Hulk were suspended for two Chinese Super League games on Friday after they protested against the eight-match ban handed to midfielder Oscar. Read full article
Hulk in hot water as he goes before China FA
Hulk was hauled before the Chinese Football Association (CFA) on Wednesday as the fallout from an eight-game ban handed to Shanghai SIPG team-mate Oscar rumbles on. Read full article
Oscar leads big names behaving badly in China
Oscar is suspended for eight games after a brawl. Carlos Tevez riles fans with a trip to Disneyland while his club are playing. Ezequiel Lavezzi and Hulk deny being anti-Chinese. Read full article
Capello frustrated as fists fly in China
New manager Fabio Capello told players to cool it after scuffles marred Jiangsu Suning's 0-0 draw with Beijing Guoan, in just the latest outbreak of violence in the Chinese Super League. Read full article
Oscar gets eight-game ban over brawl
Brazilian international Oscar was banned for eight games on Thursday for triggering a spectacular mass brawl in the Chinese Super League between his Shanghai SIPG side and Guangzhou R&F. Read full article
Shenhua back Poyet despite poor start
Gus Poyet has received the backing of the Shanghai Shenhua president following growing calls for the Uruguayan coach's dismissal after a disappointing start to the Chinese Super League season. Read full article
Oscar to face disciplinary hearing
Oscar looks set to face a disciplinary hearing over his involvement in a brawl that marred his Shanghai SIPG side's 1-1 draw with Guangzhou R&F in the Chinese Super League at the weekend. Read full article
Angry Shenhua fans turn on Tevez
Carlos Tevez faced growing calls on Monday to be shipped out as angry Shanghai Shenhua fans turned on the Argentine forward and under-pressure manager Gus Poyet. Read full article
Oscar sparks mass brawl in China
Brazilian international Oscar triggered a mass brawl in the Chinese Super League as players and staff from his Shanghai SIPG side and opponents Guangzhou R&F scrapped on the pitch. Read full article
Top clubs look to fend off Chinese clubs
Guangzhou Evergrande have no plans to make any additions to their squad in the mid-season transfer window, which looks set to open on Monday in an air of uncertainty because of proposed new regulations. Read full article
Son has 'successful' op on broken arm
Tottenham striker Son Heung-Min underwent successful surgery on his broken right arm on Friday and will take about a month to recover, the Korean Football Association said. Read full article
Rooney in focus as China transfer window opens
Some of football's biggest names remain linked with a move to China but a 100 percent tax on transfer fees looks likely to hit spending when the country's transfer window opens on Monday. Read full article
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