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Mar 08, 2019
Jose Mourinho ruled out of coaching job for China national team; reports claim Fabio Cannavaro favourite to take overJose Mourinho will not be China's new coach, its football association said on Friday, amid widespread reports that Italian World Cup winner Fabio Cannavaro is instead poised to take the job.
Nov 21, 2018
Chinese Football Association set to introduce salary cap on Super League clubs from next season to dampen spendingChinese football has gained increasing worldwide prominence in recent years because of a series of well-known foreign stars moving to the country on eye-watering contracts.
Sep 10, 2018
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Chinese Football Association hire former Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink as U-21 football coachFormer Chelsea and Real Madrid manager Guus Hiddink has been hired by the Chinese FA to coach the U-21 team with an eye on the Tokyo Olympics of 2020.
Nov 28, 2017
Ajax announce multi-million euro deal with China's Guangzhou R&F for developing youth academyDutch football giants Ajax announced a five-year partnership with Chinese Super League (CSL) side Guangzhou R&F on Monday that will attempt to build the best youth academy in China.
Jun 22, 2017
Former Chelsea player Oscar banned for 8 games for sparking a mass brawl in Chinese Super LeagueThe CFA issued an 8-match ban on SIPG's Oscar, and fined him 40,000 yuan ($6,000) for sparking a mass brawl against Guangzhou R&F in the Chinese Super League.
Jun 16, 2017
Chinese Super League: Wayne Rooney, Diego Costa linked with Chinese clubs as transfer window opens on MondayThe Chinese Super League already has a bevy of high-profile footballers in the form of Oscar, Hulk, Carlos Tevez, Ramires and Jackson Martinez.
Jun 13, 2017
China president Xi Jinping to meet FIFA chief Gianni Infantino as country hopes to host a football World CupChina will not be eligible to bid for the 2026 tournament because of FIFA's policy of rotating between host continental governing bodies.
Jan 16, 2017
Chinese Football Association restricts foreign player numbers on pitch to curb massive spendingTeams in the Chinese Super League will be able to field no more than three foreigners in a match when the new 2017 season begins in March.