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News

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North Terrace News & Preview: Shanghai Shenhua v Liaoning Whowin

It’s a dictionary-definition six-pointer this Sunday evening as Liaoning travel to Hongkou, with both sides looking warily over their shoulders in the second half of the 2014 CSL season.

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Yuexiushan News and Preview: R&F v Jiangsu

Domestic football has returned and after the appetiser of the CFA Cup in midweek, the main course of CSL action resumes on Saturday.

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Spirited Changchun lose to German Visitors

Changchun Yatai suffered a narrow 1-0 defeat against Bundesliga outfit Werder Bremen in a summer break friendly match last week which saw new loan signing Feng Renliang make a promising start with the north-east Chinese club.…

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North Terrace News & Preview: Shanghai Shenhua v Guangzhou Evergrande

Tired of the high-drama, technical quality of the World Cup? Never fear, Shanghai Shenhua return to action in an unusually early end to the mid-season CSL break with league leaders Guangzhou Evergrande visiting Hongkou Stadium on Thursday evening.

Formidable home record keeps East Asia in reach of ACL spot: Mid-Season Review

In only their second season in top flight football, Shanghai East Asia have gone from mid-table dwellers to potential ACL challengers thanks to the addition of some much needed foreign firepower, a dramatic improvement in the performances of goalkeeper Yan Junling, and an impressive unbeaten home record. 

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Less is more: Hangzhou Greentown half-season review

Following a managerial change, Hangzhou’s ‘youth revolution’ has produced mixed results for the club, as the side faded away after a bright start.