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 By John Duerden

For China and North Korea, the East Asian Cup can be a confidence builder

China are the hosts for the East Asian Cup and are seeking their their third title.

The East Asian Cup is an unusual tournament.

The trophy itself doesn't really matter; few fans would be able to describe what it looks like much less name the nations to have lifted it since it came into existence in 2003 (China and South Korea have won it twice and Japan have one win).

Yet, lose the three games against close, in all senses of the word, rivals and coaches may find that their positions are not as secure as they think. And if you asked fans in South Korea, Japan, China and North Korea...

Chinese Super League spending plans threatened by stock market decline

Brazil international Robinho will link up with coach Luiz Felipe Scolari at Guangzhou Evergrande.

Just when the spending power of the Chinese Super League looked set to make it a major player in football's transfer market, the country's recent economic stumbles have put a hold on its ambitions.

In recent weeks, Chinese teams have spent ever-increasing amounts to import stars such as Senegal striker Demba Ba, who has joined Shanghai Shenhua, and Brazilian internationals Paulinho and Robinho, who will reunite with coach Luiz Felipe Scolari at Guangzhou Evergrande.

China was emerging as a genuine...

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Xizhe Zhang leaves Wolfsburg for Beijing Guoan

Xizhe Zhang returns to Beijing Guoan after just six months.

Wolfsburg have allowed Chinese midfielder Xizhe Zhang to return home and join his former club Beijing Guoan.

Zhang, 24, was signed by the Wolves only six months ago and appeared set to become only the fourth Chinese player to appear in the Bundesliga.

They had high hopes of him becoming a key member of their squad, but after only a few appearances on the bench, he requested a move back home having failed to make an appearance.

"I'd like to thank Wolfsburg for allowing me to return home,'' Zhang...