Shanghai SIPG

6 February 2017
Malaysia Super League (MSL) champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) have an enormous task against Japan’s Gamba Osaka in the AFC Champions League Playoff on Tuesday. Here FourFourTwo looks at other Southeast Asian clubs in the final qualifying round over the past five years…
1 February 2017
Sukhothai out-paced, out-muscled and out-maneuvered Burmese champions Yadanarbon in every department, coasting to a comfortable 5-0 victory that lands them a dream ticket away in the next round of Asian Champions League qualifying to Andre Villas-Boas’s star-laden Shanghai SIPG.
25 January 2017
While the trickle of big-name players heading to Chinese Super League pitches is turning into a flood, there is just as big a showdown building on the ambitious competition's sidelines...
20 January 2017
Some of the biggest names in world football are now either playing in China or being linked with the country's cashed-up Super League. But what impact could the competition's new rules have on the foreign invasion?
Chinese Super League
7 January 2017
John Obi Mikel, Carlos Tevez and Oscar are the latest household names to flock to the Far East for lorryloads of cash – but there's more to the country's development than splurging sizeable sums on established stars
4 February 2016
This week's AFC Champions League playoff between Muangthong United and Johor Darul Ta'zim was worthy of the tournament proper. John Duerden argues it's time for Southeast Asia to have more involvement in the region's premier club competition.
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4 December 2015
Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) will play Thai outfit Muangthong United for a place in the third and final round of qualifying for next year’s Asian Champions League (ACL).
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