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13dReuters

SIPG win CSL to end Guangzhou dominance

Shanghai SIPG brought Guangzhou Evergrande's dominance of the Chinese Super League to an end, claiming the title for the first time.

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23dReuters

Cannavaro eyes CSL crown with Evergrande

Guangzhou Evergrandeare aiming for a record-extending eighth successive title and three more victories would deliver it.

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44dReuters

CSL: Wu scores two as SIPG thrash Guizhou

Wu Lei scored twice as Shanghai SIPG restored their four-point gap at the top of the Chinese Super League with a 5-0 thrashing of Guizhou Zhicheng.

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47dReuters

Sousa leaves CSL side Tianjin Quanjian

The former Fiorentina coach, who took over from Fabio Cannavaro last November, has been replaced on an interim basis by Shen Xiangfu.

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47dJohn Duerden

Paulo Sousa leaves Tianjin Quanjian

Paulo Sousa left his position as head coach of Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjian by mutual consent on Thursday, the club announced.

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58dReuters

CSL: Chongqing battle to Guangzhou draw

Huang Zhengyu's own goal just before the hour gave struggling Chongqing the lead only for R&F striker Xiao Zhi to level 10 minutes later.

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62dAAP

Phoenix miss out on Obafemi Martins

A Wellington Phoenix bid to sign veteran Nigerian striker Obafemi Martins to a marquee A-League contract has failed.

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89dMichael Church

Gudelj joins Sporting on loan from Guangzhou

After playing in just 11 games for Guangzhou, Serbia international midfielder Nemanja Gudelj is off for a yearlong loan to Portugal's Sporting.

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90dIan Holyman

Balotelli turned down China - Nice president

Nice announced earlier this week that Balotelli would remain at the club for a third successive season after having been expected to leave.

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92dKweséESPN staff

Tianjin play down John Mikel Obi rumours

Nigeria captain John Mikel Obi is unlikely to leave Chinese Super League club Tianjin TEDA in the near future, according to his coach.

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100dReuters

Masika doubles as Renhe draw Tianjin

Tianjin Quanjian threw away a two-goal lead before salvaging a late point in a 3-3 draw with Beijing Renhe in the Chinese Super League on Sunday.

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105dReuters

Australia's Sainsbury joins PSV Eindhoven

The move reunites 26-year-old Sainsbury with Mark van Bommel, who took charge of PSV after completing his role as assistant with Australia.

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106dStephan Uersfeld, Germany correspondent

Dortmund sign midfielder Witsel from Tianjin

Witsel made six appearances for Belgium at the World Cup in Russia as they finished third, and has won a total of 96 caps.