Chinese Super League
Chinese Super League season to begin April 20
The new Chinese Super League season will begin on April 20 and teams will be concentrated in two cities to help thwart the coronavirus, media said Thursday.
Champions 'cease operations' as money problems dog Chinese football
Chinese Super League champions Jiangsu FC have "ceased operations", the club said on Sunday, underlining the financial problems coursing through football in the country.
China to allow first football fans in stadiums since coronavirus
The Chinese Super League is planning to allow a very limited number of spectators into a high-profile match on Saturday, the first time fans can attend a game since the coronavirus pandemic.
China football kicks off with minute silence for virus victims
The Chinese Super League held a minute's silence on Saturday before the season kicked off five months late because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fellaini is first coronavirus case in Chinese Super League
Footballer Marouane Fellaini has tested positive for the coronavirus, his club Shandong Luneng said Sunday, the former Manchester United player becoming the first known case in the Chinese Super League (CSL).
Ighalo set for Premier League return
Only two years after quitting the demanding terrain of the English Premier League for the comfy corners of the Chinese Super League, former Nigeria international, Ighalo
Yaya Toure sent off in China for lashing out after 10 seconds
Yaya Toure was sent off after kicking an opponent just 10 seconds into Qingdao Huanghai's celebratory final match of the China League One season on Saturday. The former Barcelona and Manchester City midfielder lashed out as Qingdao went on the attack from kick-off at home to Nantong Zhiyun.
Angry Gareth Bale wants to leave Real Madrid
Real Madrid forward Gareth Bale is “angry” and “fed up” at the Spanish giants and wants to leave the club, according to BBC Radio 5 Live’s Guillem Balague.
Benitez beware as Chinese clubs go on trademark sacking spree
Rafael Benitez's arrival grabbed the headlines but Chinese Super League teams have sent the managerial merry-go-round into hyperspeed with five of the 16 clubs making changes in one month.