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Axel Witsel turns down Juventus to join Chinese club Tianjin Quanjian

Axel Witsel turns down Juventus to join Chinese club Tianjin Q...

Axel Witsel has become the latest high-profile player to move to China, joining promoted Tianjin Quanjian after turning down an offer from Juventus. The post Axel Witsel turns down Juventus to join Chinese club Tianjin Quanjian appeared first on Firstpost . First, 2 months ago
Witsel joins Chinese club for $52 million Prokerala, 2 months ago

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Barcelona manager Luis Enrique defends players joining cash-rich Chinese Super League

Oscar, Carlos Tevez, John Obi Mikel and Axel Witsel have made a switch to the Chinese Super League in recent times. Luis Enrique doesn’t feel players should be criticised for seeking better wages What’s the story? Barcelona manager Luis Enrique ...
 Sportskeeda.com1 month ago Chinese Super League matches to be telecast live in India  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Chinese footballer Qin Sheng banned for 6 months for misbehaviour

The Chinese Football Association (CFA) on Friday handed Shanghai Greenland midfielder Qin Sheng a six-month ban for deliberately stamping on Tianjin Quanjian's Belgian midfielder Axel Witsel.Qin, 30, was also fined 120,000 yuan (about $17,400) following the ...
 Prokerala10 hours ago

China's big bucks luring soccer's talent

Carlos Tevez will be paid £615,000 a week at Shanghai Shenhua, making him the world's best paid footballer -- his salary is now more than Cristiano Ronaldo's and Lionel Messi's!China is offering money world football has never seen, report Dhruv Munjal and Shakya Mitra.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ With great power comes the instinct to hoard. China loves to claim ownership of land masses in foreign countries, international water bodies, and, perhaps a little more deservingly, to a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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