Chinese Super League

29 April 2016
A huge investment is being made into football in China. It is reflected in FourFourTwo's Asia 50, with six Chinese Super League players making the list. So, where to from here for the sport in the world's most populated country?
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9 February 2016
Adelaide United’s hopes of playing in this year’s AFC Champions League have been extinguished after a heart-breaking 2-1 play-off defeat to Shandong Luneng on Tuesday night. 
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9 February 2016
Adelaide United crashed out of the AFC Champions League, defeated 2-1 by Chinese giants Shandong Luneng Taishan in a play-off at Hindmarsh on Tuesday. Pics by Getty Images.  
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29 January 2016
Socceroo Asian Cup hero James Troisi has signed with Chinese Super League outfit Liaoning Whowin FC. 
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23 January 2016
Socceroos defenders Trent Sainsbury and Ryan McGowan are on the verge of signing with Chinese Super League clubs, according to reports.
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18 December 2015
Reports suggest Tim Cahill could bring his Shanghai Shenhua team-mates to Sydney in January for a training camp.
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10 December 2015
Whether it was post-draw bravado or genuine aspiration, Sydney FC Coach Graham Arnold has welcomed the opportunity to renew hostilities with Guangzhou Evergrande in the AFC Champions League.
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29 October 2015
Socceroos striker Tim Cahill has re-signed with Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua, ending speculation about a possible move for the off-contract star.
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22 October 2015
Tim Cahill has scored again to help Shanghai Shenhua win through to the Chinese FA Cup final overnight.
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17 October 2015
Socceroos skipper Mile Jedinak made his return from injury overnight, while Tomi Juric was on the scoresheet again in the Netherlands.

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