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Camacho takes CFA compensation dispute to FIFA

ESPN staff | July, 12 2013

Jose Antonio Camacho has taken his compensation dispute with the Chinese Football Association (CFA) to FIFA following his dismissal by the governing body.

China sack Camacho after dismal two-year spell

ESPN staff | June, 24 2013

China have sacked coach Jose Antonio Camacho after a disappointing and costly two-year spell in charge.

Beckham named as China's soccer ambassador

ESPN staff | March, 4 2013

David Beckham has been appointed as China's first global soccer ambassador in a bid to revive the game's image after it was rocked by a match-fixing scandal and an exodus of internationals from the country's Super League.

España juega su último amistoso

EFE | June, 3 2012

SEVILLA -- La selección española tiene el domingo su ensayo general para la Eurocopa de Polonia y Ucrania, donde pugnará por revalidar el título conquistado en 2008, con su último amistoso previo a ese campeonato,...

Jose Antonio Camacho named new China boss

August, 14 2011

Former Spain coach Jose Antonio Camacho has been appointed boss of China until the 2014 World Cup.

China claim shock East Asian Championship win

Soccernet staff | February, 15 2010

China claimed a surprise East Asian Championship triumph after South Korea beat Japan 3-1 in a tempestuous game to hand them the title. Forward Qu Bo struck twice to give China a 2-0 victory over Hong Kong earlier on Sunday to leave them one point ahead of the Koreans.

South Korea stunned as China cruise to victory

February, 10 2010

China stunned holders South Korea 3-0 at the East Asian Championship on Wednesday to give themselves an excellent chance of winning the four-team tournament.

China could consider Hiddink as next head coach

Reuters | February, 4 2010

The new head of the Chinese Football Association (CFA) believes China must stump up for the best coach available if another foreigner if hired for the post.

China minister upset by match-fixing scandal

January, 26 2010

China's sports minister Liu Peng has been left "sad and deeply shocked" by the matchfixing scandal that has engulfed professional footballr in the country.

Chinese football on the slide after U21s crash

December, 9 2009

Chinese football suffered yet another humiliation this week when the national under-21 team failed to get out of the group stage at the East Asian Games.

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