Contribute

is always on the lookout for contributors. If you are at least one of the following:

  • Passionate about football
  • Knowledgeable about the Chinese game
  • A regular attender of Chinese Super League games
  • A possessor of Chinese language skills
  • A decent writer
  • A sense of humour owner

Then please contact editor@wildeastfootball.net.

Comments
18 Responses to “Contribute”
  1. Pineapple__2006 says:

    this is my favorite website

  2. Teaplus1 says:

    a decent website indeed
    in reply to: B: I was seriously concerned about how Zhou Ting would do in handling Feng’s speed, but he shut him down all night long, so much so that Feng was venturing over to the other side of the field at times to get away from Zhou.
    Don’t you noticed that Zhou been reported injured after this match, which honestly tells yuo that Zhou has tried up to his limit. Thus speedy Feng is valuable player in CSL, who will be greater in the coming days, and surely will be placed as an big asset for SH, or be sold…

  3. Tylerhou says:

    这确实是我喜欢得网站 我是北京人 热爱国安 有过外球迷为此做出的努力 我很感动 谢谢你们!

  4. Harcourt says:

    JIANGSU SHUNTIAN ?JIANGSU SAINTY!!!!!!

  5. Andy Brouwer says:

    Thanks for the link to my Kingdom of Football blog on Cambodian footy. Appreciate it.

  6. Jbflapjack says:

    Just want to say that ive been looking for a website like this for ages and im so happy ive found it. Its everything i wanted, keep up the great work

  7. Paoleddu says:

    I would like to attend a football match in Nanjing Olympic Stadium, do you know if is possible to buy tickets at the gate and how much is it more or less? Many thanks P.

    • Harcourt says:

      I do not understand English, I google translation you have any questions Sorry, Nanjing Olympic Stadium ticket is 30 yuan, compared with Beijing Guoan is very cheap, the subway and the stadium entrance. What time you come?

  8. Craiglime says:

    hey, glad i came across this. heads up on Hwang BoWon, not sure if that is the correct writting with the chinese name, but that’s what he used in Korea. he just moved from Jeonbuk Hyundai in Korea to Gwangzhou. as you probably know, the two teams squared off in the AFC group stages this year. also notable, Jeonbuk released 평사우팅Pheung Shouting (not sure if that is correct of not) and he joined Gwangzhou as well.

    http://www.ktalkblog.wordpress.com

  9. Top of the morning says:

    Hi. Could you please tell me who was doing the english commentating online on the Evergrande – Teda match on may 5 ,2013.
    Thanks

    • Cameron Wilson says:

      Sorry, there are all kinds of random streams online with many different commentators, there are certainly no famous commentators working on CSL matches.

  10. Radeba says:

    I am neither the possessor nor the attender, yet meet the last two prerequisites. Qualified?
    http://radeba.manifo.com/

  11. Flyingkiwi says:

    I’ve been attending football matches regularly for the last 3 season. Principally Guoan and BG/Baxy matches, true, as they are easiest to get to living in Beijing but I’ve also traveled around a bit watching games ( Harbin Yiteng, Changchun Yatai, Jiangsu Sainty, Shanghai Shenhua, Shanghai SIPG, Hangzhou Greentown, etc) and it’s interesting to note that whilst a lot of the news is right up-to-date, as are the results and league-tables, the guides are woefully inaccurate/outdated (15RMB Sainty tickets, 30RMB Guoan tickets, “A first-time-visitors guide to Guangzhou Sunray Caves” and “Guide to football in Shenyang” really need to be removed as they are misleading in the extreme). How about sorting this out? Bar the prices, the Beijing guide is still fairly accurate and the Shenhua one from last year is still fine.

    • Cameron Wilson says:

      Thanks a lot for your feedback Kiwi we depend on guys like you to tell us what’s good on the site and what’s not so good.

      Your point about the guides being outdated is a fair one. As you probably worked out yourself, the football scene in China is constantly changing, teams change name, move city, move stadium and their financial status can fluctuate wildly – all this in a short space of time. So it really is a challenge to keep guides up to date as they are written and researched in good faith at the time of publication.

      We lack the resources on the ground in each city to keep on top of everything, but perhaps it is time for us to put a disclaimer on this articles that the information is subject to change.

      At the end of the day the date of each article is visible, so readers should really already be aware of how up to date it is.

      • bcheng says:

        It’s actually kinda funny to look back on a post from the initial days of WEF (2011?! has it been that long?!?). Funny to think that a whole new subway line servicing the stadium has opened up since then….In any case, I’ve updated the Guoan post to the situation in 2015

  12. Flyingkiwi says:

    Hi guys.
    Back for another season of fun?
    The schedule of matches is out and I’m starting to plan my year of football trips but I’ve encountered an immediate problem that has thrown it’s little spanner in the works. Your “up-coming matches” section on the home-page suggests that the Teda Vs Guoan matches will be on the 6th of March. Every other reference I’ve seen (2) suggests that it’s a wednesday night match on the 16th. Whose right?? Has it changed?? For some reason, Guoan’s official site won’t load for me at the moment.
    So…Am I going to Zhengzhou or Tianjin on the first weekend of games??

    • Flyingkiwi says:

      I’ve just managed to get Guoan’s website up and it tells me there are 17 days, 8 hours and 55 minutes to go before their next game, at home Vs Hebei CFFC. I’m going to Zhengzhou by the looks.

  13. bcheng says:

    The match was originally scheduled for 3/6, due to Tianjin’s pitch not being ready in time, they’ve moved the game back…

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