Archives March 2019

China makes strange laws, bringing 50 young players into the barracks

Chinese public opinion is expressing outrage at the strategy to improve the country’s young players in a strange way of the Chinese Football Federation.

October 2 was described by Chinese netizens as the end of the country after the Chinese Football Federation convened 55 players under 25 years of age playing in the highest Chinese League and China League One, after That focus on the training area is like military barracks.

At this point, the players have to concentrate until December, so they will miss the last six rounds of the Chinese Super League and many faces will be absent from the National Cup final. Some sources said that the group of players brought into the barracks will be trained according to military rules.

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There are also rumors that 55 players under the age of 25 will be summoned and sent to the barracks to be incorporated into a separate team, then compete in the next season. This move to improve the quality of Chinese youth football, which failed from the 2018 Asian U23 tournament to ASIAD 2018.

Some also see a list of 55 Chinese players summoned to the camp as Marcelo Lippi’s “second team” is leading the national team. I don’t know how effective the Chinese Football Federation is, but from now on, the online community is opposing this idea.

So, Chinese media also put a big question on how the Federation works. The Beijing Evening News called the action “truly unprecedented in history”. Meanwhile, the chairman of some teams with players who were sent to the barracks also expressed their discontent.

Kết quả hình ảnh cho Trung Quốc ra luật lạ, đưa 50 cầu thủ trẻ vào 'trại lính'

“I believe the roots of Chinese football problems are still in the management system. The only way for Chinese football to develop is to change the existing management system,” Chairman Zhou Jinhui of Beijing Club. Guoan criticized the Chinese Football Federation’s plan.

Last time, Chinese football constantly reformed to raise the level of football development. They introduced many new laws to be applied in the domestic league to increase the chances of playing for U23 players, including Guus Hiddink, one of the outstanding strategists of the world football, leading the youth team.

Kết quả hình ảnh cho Trung Quốc ra luật lạ, đưa 50 cầu thủ trẻ vào 'trại lính'

Last year, British media reported that the Chinese Football Federation has made great efforts to invest in young football training. They built many modern academies in the hope of producing talented players. China wants to “turn dragons” in the future, thus becoming the world’s superpower football.

However, Soccer News journalist Bai Guohua still feels pessimistic. He thinks Chinese football is still far behind the giants in the continent. Previously, the Chinese team was only once reached the World Cup finals. It was a tournament that took place in 2002.









Boateng and 7 crazy contracts in world football history

Boateng is the latest controversial buying and selling case throughout the length of the village. The following are the 7 most classic examples.

1. Bebe

The legendary history of Sir Alex Ferguson has been greatly affected by the contract named Bebe in August 2010 for a fee of 9 million euros. The Portuguese did not leave any mark after four years of playing in the Red Devils with a total of 2 Premier League appearances with 3 loan times. In 2014, he left the team at Old Trafford and switched to Benfica for 3 million euros.

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2. Kevin-Prince Boateng

Leaving Munir El Haddadi to Sevilla left Barcelona lacking a quality contingency plan. Therefore, the La Liga champion needs to add another quality attack star with reasonable spending. Everyone was surprised by the fact that the 31-year-old Boateng became the chosen person.

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Accordingly, the owner of the Nou Camp will borrow the former AC Milan striker until the end of the season from Sassuolo, with a purchase clause of 8 million euros in the summer. Most likely, Boateng will play as a virtual number 9 in the upcoming Barcelona shirt.

3. Sol Campbell

The one-time Sol Campbell was a noisy player in the transfer market when he decided to switch to Notts County (in League Two) in 2009; with salary of £ 40,000 / week. However, he quickly realized he was tricked because the team could not afford to pay compensation. Campbell quickly left in 2010.

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4. Andy Carroll

The £ 35 million contract named Carroll is a failed investment by Liverpool chairman John W Henry. The England striker is seen as a replacement for striker Fernando Torres to move to Chelsea. However, the constant injury caused the star born in 1989 to not be able to show much to teammate Luis Suarez on attack. After 3 years, he contributed only 6 goals in The Kop shirt.

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5. Javier Mascherano & Carlos Tevez

After a level performance with Corinthians, the Argentine star duo received much attention from Real Madrid, Barcelona, ​​Juventus. However, their next stop was an anonymous West Ham United in Europe in 2006.

The only contribution from the pair is to help the Premier League boss succeed. 12 months later, Tevez moved to Man United, while Mascherano chose Liverpool.

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6. Victor Valdes

Spending a successful time with Barcelona with three Champions League titles, Valdes left the Spanish side and joined Man United. However, he could not occupy a regular performance under coach Louis van Gaal; and joined as a lender at Standard Liege in January 2016. High age makes him head for Middlesbrough F.C. a year later.

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7. Jonathan Woodgate

In 2004, Woodgate was a quality defender in the Premier League. Therefore, it is not surprising that Real Madrid decided to recruit the English player to Santiago Bernabeu Stadium. Despite possessing great potential, a serious thigh injury caused his career at White Vulture to be zero.

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In 2006, Woodgate returned to England in Middlesbrough in the form of a loan and was bought shortly thereafter.