CSL 2015 run-in: Massive pressure on SIPG and Shandong Luneng this weekend

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Last week in our title run-in watch we predicted that since none of the top four were playing each …

CSL 2015 title run-in: Guangzhou Evergrande win SIPG battle but can they win CSL war?

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Guangzhou Evergrande now have the upper hand after their big victory in Shanghai over SIPG, but still face a …

CSL 2015 title run-in analysis: SIPG can usurp Guangzhou Evergrande

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Shanghai SIPG are in a strong position win their first CSL title and have an excellent chance to overthrow …

Worker’s Stadium Ramblings: Guoan needs to make a statement if they want to contend for title


With Beijing Guoan sitting five points behind league leaders Shanghai SIPG, the next two matches will determine whether they …

Worker’s Stadium Ramblings: Zhang Chengdong could buck negative trend of Chinese players in Europe

Zhang Chengdong in action against Australia

This will be a rare occasion when Worker’s Stadium Ramblings focuses on a non-Beijing Guoan focused topic, though it …

Worker’s Stadium Ramblings: The crushing expectations of the transfer market


Yesterday marked the end of the Chinese Super League transfer window until after the season and it brought a …

North Terrace News: Shenhua Enter China Derby With Hope Rather Than Expectation

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Wednesday evening sees Beijing Guoan return to Hongkou, a ground where they finally broke a two decade-old hoodoo in

Worker’s Stadium Ramblings: Don’t call it a derby!


When Beijing Guoan and Beijing Enterprises Group FC (let’s just simplify that & use Beijing BG) take the field …

Worker’s Stadium Rambings: Where are all the young players?


I try to be an optimist, there is much to be happy about Guoan these days, especially as they …

Worker’s Stadium Ramblings: Guoan needs to make it two for two at Tianhe

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It’s once again time for what could be called the new “China Derby”, as Guangzhou Evergrande hosts Beijing Guoan …