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Guangzhou reclaim Chinese Super League title

Guangzhou Evergrande clinched an eighth Chinese Super League title in nine seasons as Fabio Cannavaro's side beat Shanghai Shenhua 3-0.

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Lavezzi ready to retire following CSL exit

Ezequiel Lavezzi has told Chinese media he is not only ready to say goodbye to China but that he is considering retiring from football.

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Cannavaro job at Evergrande safe for now

Under-pressure Fabio Cannavaro will remian coach of Guangzhou Evergrande, but the Italian has been told to provide a more "rigorous" coaching style.

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Source: Mourinho rejected €100m CSL offer

Jose Mourinho has turned down the biggest managerial offer in football history of €100m to manage Chinese Super League side Guangzhou Evergrande.

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Five-goal Jiangsu ease past Guangzhou

Alex Teixeira and Eder Martins scored two goals apiece as Jiangsu Suning handed Guangzhou R&F a 5-1 thrashing on Sunday.

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CSL: Shandong continue unbeaten start

Three goals in seven second-half minutes ensured Shandong Luneng maintained their unbeaten start to the Chinese Super League campaign.

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China player banned for leg-breaking tackle

Wei Shihao could see his Guanzghou Evergrande contract terminated, after breaking Otabek Shukurov of Uzbekistan's leg during the China Cup.

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Cannavaro appointed China manager for Cup

Fabio Cannavaro will be advised by Marcello Lippo, who stepped down in January, and the FA have confirmed whether the appointment is permanent.

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CSL: Shenzhen FC maintain perfect start

Promoted Shenzhen FC maintained their perfect start to the Chinese Super League season on Sunday as they defeated Tianjin Tianhai 2-1.