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Wuhan Zall

Stadium
Wuhan Sports Center Stadium

Coach
José Manuel González

President
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Chinese Super League

Ighalo will not stay at United, but will get 28 million a year

The Nigerian striker wanted to stay on at United and he will not be able to, but at least he will get a good amount of money for staying on at Shanghai Shenhua.

Chinese Super League

Football makes gleeful return to coronavirus epicentre Wuhan

For nearly three months football enthusiasts in Wuhan were left kicking their heels indoors as the coronavirus raged in the Chinese city at the epicentre of the outbreak.

Chinese Super League

When China tackled rife football corruption

When Tianjin Tianhai surprisingly thrashed Rafael Benitez's Dalian Yifang 5-1 to stay in the Chinese Super League in November, disgruntled fans were quick to allege corruption -- the legacy of a murky past that exploded into scandal 10 years ago.

Chinese Super League

Tianjin club collapse a wake-up call for China football: state media

Tianjin Tianhai's demise this week highlights "fatal flaws" in the financial models of Chinese football clubs and should serve as a warning to other teams, state media said.

Chinese Super League

Club formerly coached by Cannavaro quits Chinese Super League

Chinese Super League (CSL) side Tianjin Tianhai, once home to Brazilian star Alexandre Pato and formerly coached by Fabio Cannavaro, have effectively folded after teetering on the brink for months.

Chinese Super League

Chinese Super League could kick off without foreign stars

The coronavirus-delayed Chinese Super League could kick off next month but without some leading foreign stars including Paulinho and Marko Arnautovic, the country's football president has warned.

Chinese Super League

United start negotiations to keep Ighalo

Manchester United have now started negotiations to convince Shanghai Shenhua to allow them to extend Odion Ighalo's loan at least for a few more months.

Chinese Super League

Korean 'Monster' Kim censured for China football barbs

South Korea international Kim Min-jae apologised to his club Beijing Guoan but still faces "severe" punishment over remarks about his teammates, Chinese media said on Wednesday.

Chinese Super League

Coronavirus condemns Chinese football to endless pre-season

Many footballers dread the rigours of pre-season training but in China they could be forgiven for hating it by now as stop-start preparations drag into a fifth month because of the coronavirus.

Chinese Super League

Sacked Chinese footballer apologises for altering registration plate

A Chinese international footballer spotted altering the number plate on his Mercedes 4x4 was released from 15 days' custody and apologised on Wednesday.

Chinese Super League

How Anelka, Drogba blazed trail with chaotic season in China

A pay dispute, an eccentric owner and smashed-up furniture -- and arguing with fans for refusing to bow.

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