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China

Former Celtic midfielder Zheng Zhi to lead China in Asian Cup

Alain Perrin called up seven players from China Super League club Guangzhou Evengrande for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup that is kicking off in January.

Head coach Alain Perrin has announced China's final 23-man squad that will be hoping to win their first AFC Asian Cup title when the tournament kicks off next month in Australia.

China have been drawn into Group B where they will come up against North Korea, Uzbekistan and Saudi Arabia, with their first match on Jan. 10 at the Brisbane Stadium against the latter.

Former Marseille and Portsmouth coach Perrin is banking on the experience of captain Zheng Zhi, who won the 2013 Asian Player of the Year...

China denied victory by late Wood goal against New Zealand

Chris Wood's late goal earned Leicester City a confidence-boosting point against Everton.
Standing in as New Zealand captain, Leicester City striker Chris Wood denied China victory in Nanchang.

China were denied victory in their international friendly against New Zealand on Friday night when Leicester City striker Chris Wood headed home an equaliser with just three minutes remaining to secure a 1-1 draw in Nanchang.

Wood was standing in as All Whites' captain in the absence of West Ham United's Winston Reid, their regular skipper. They faced up to a Chinese side who are 43 places higher in the FIFA rankings.

In an open game at the Nanchang Bayi Stadium, New Zealand had the best of...

 By PA Sport

Guangzhou Evergrande claim fourth straight title with Luneng draw

Guangzhou Evergrande secured their fourth successive Chinese Super League title after claiming the point they needed in a 1-1 draw at Shandong Luneng in their final game.

Guangzhou went into the last round of matches boasting a three-point lead over Beijing Guoan and, although they were unable to end with a victory, Marcello Lippi's men still did enough to finish first.

The 66-year-old Lippi, Italy's World Cup-winning coach in 2006, reportedly announced after the match that he was retiring from coaching.

Luneng...

Thailand upset China to reach Asian Games quarterfinal

Thailand celebrate as they put China to the sword.

Thailand kept the South East Asia flag flying at the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea, by upsetting China 2-0 to book a quarterfinal berth against Jordan.

Two second-half strikes by Thailand striker Adisak Kraisorn -- the first of which was a spectacular volley -- sealed China's hopes of progressing to their first ever Asian Games quarterfinal.

Kraisorn, 23, capitalised on the first half red card to Chinese defender Ting Yang and raised his tournament tally to five. Only Indonesia's Ferdinand...

Eriksson wants China deal for Lampard

Sven-Goran Eriksson believes Frank Lampard would be a "great" signing for Guangzhou R&F as he urged his Chinese club to offer the Chelsea midfielder a contract.

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Lampard, 35, announced he would be leaving Stamford Bridge after his current contract runs out this summer, and Eriksson -- who managed the player for England between 2001 and 2006 -- wants his team to target the "incredible" Three Lions international.

"I have suggested to the club they take...