2019 Season

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2019 Schedule
9-9-12, 10th in Chinese Super League
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1yReuters

CSL: Talisca strikes twice to power Guangzhou

Brazilian Anderson Talisca continued his impressive start in the Chinese Super League on Sunday, taking his tally to five goals in two games.

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1yMichael Church, Asia correspondent

Chongqing Lifan sack manager Paulo Bento

Bento's final game in charge was a win over Tianjin Teda on Saturday as Chongqing arrested a run of six straight defeats since May.

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2yMichael Church

CSL: Bakambu brace as Beijing Guoan draw

Cedric Bakambu helped rescue a point for Beijing Guoan as Roger Schmidt's side fought back to draw 3-3 with Chongqing Lifan on Sunday evening.

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2yMichael Church

Schuster still winless, HCF beat Changchun Yatai

Dalian Yifang threw away a two-goal lead against Chongqing Lifan to leave Bernd Schuster still looking for his first win since taking over as coach.

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2yMichael Church

Shanghai SIPG maintain perfect start in CSL

Shanghai SIPG maintained their perfect start to the 2018 Chinese Super League campaign on Friday with a 2-1 win over Chongqing Lifan.

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2yMichael Church

Chongqing Lifan appoint Paulo Bento

Former Portugal coach Paulo Bento has been appointed head coach of Chongqing Lifan, the Chinese Super League club announced on Monday.

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2yMichael Church

Bento linked with Chongqing Lifan FC job

CSL side Chongqing Lifan have parted company with Chang Woe-ryong, the club announced, with former Portugal coach Paulo Bento linked with the post.

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3yMichael Church

CSL: Beijing Guoan sack coach after loss

Beijing Guoan sacked Portuguese coach Jose Gonzalez after the former Chinese Super League champions lost for the fifth time in 12 games.

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3yStephan Uersfeld

Ramos joins Granada en route to China

Adrian Ramos has completed his loan move from Borussia Dortmund to Granada ahead of joining Chinese Super League club Chongqing Lifan in the summer.

RankingsChinese Super League

Goal Difference-1110th
Goals Scored3614th
Assists2115th
Goals Conceded479th