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Meizhou Meixian Techand

Meizhou Meixian Techand

13 on League One

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Coach
Fu Bo

President
Tan Dong

League One

The former Premier League player accusing his own team of match fixing

Former Nigerian international Victor Anichebe has made a complaint to FIFA about his former club, Beijing Enterprises, encouraging him to match fix.

League One

The close friend of Pep Guardiola excelling in the Chinese second tier

Sergi Barjuan played in two World Cups for Spain, spent nearly ten years with Barcelona and is a close friend of Mnchester City manager Pep Guardiola

League One

Former Arsenal and Atletico star joins Chinese second tier side

Jose Antonio Reyes, who once played for big sides such as Arsenal, Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, has now signed for the bottom side in China's second tier.

League One

From sleeping in a toilet, to the Champions League and now China

South African striker Dino Ndlovu spent three nights sheltering in a station toilet before going on to play Champions League football -- and he is now embarking on the latest chapter in his career with a move to China.

La Liga

Beijing Renhe deny Torres offer

Beijing Renhe – led by former Getafe and Levante head coach Luis Garcia – dismissed reports of an €8million bid for Fernando Torres.

League One

Referee abandons match in China to catch flight

Last week's reserve fixture between Hangzhou and Meixian in China was prematurely ended because the referee feared he would miss his flight.

League One

Referees attacked after controversial Baoding Rongda draw

The refereeing team from Baoding Rongda's controversial draw with Wuhan Zall was assaulted in their hotel room, according to the CFA.

League One

Baoding Rongda president resigns after U-turn on Chinese league quit threat

Baoding Rongda's chairman has quit just hours after claiming his side will walk away from China's League One in a refereeing protest.

League One

Chinese club makes quit threat

Baoding Rongda's chairman has claimed they will walk away from China's League One in protest against the refereeing in their latest match.

League One

Tragic Tiote 'suddenly fainted', says Beijing Enterprises FC

Ivory Coast international Cheick Tiote "suddenly fainted" at training and died later in hospital, his Chinese club said on Tuesday, as tributes flooded in for the player.

League One

Africa Cup of Nations winner Tiote dies: spokesman

Ivory Coast international midfielder Cheick Tiote has died aged 30 while training with his Chinese club Beijing Enterprises, his spokesman announced in a statement on Monday.

Chinese Super League

China plans salary caps in spending crackdown

Chinese football authorities will impose salary caps on domestic clubs and send auditors to probe their finances, toughening a crackdown on the record-breaking sums spent to acquire top foreign players.

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