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guocheng2015cd Post time: 2015-11-19 11:40
In all my attempt to revile HK's hostility towards China, I mentioned nothing about the game. To ...
I don't think you really know what's happening in Hongkong nor twig the minds of local inhabitants, whose votiting rights have been violated and their striden calls to enact economic and political reforms have been neglected by Chief Executive of Hong Kong , leung chun-ying, who is widely perceived as a political droid for the Chinese government in Hongkong. Therefore, it's understandable for them to be up in arms about his dictorship and inepitude. Plus, resentments against Chinese conservatives' pledge to mainlandize Hongkong have been growing since the emergence of Umbrella Revolution in Hongklong, pitting local residents against mainlanders.
How could they be nice to mainlanders when you and your comrades want to strip of their cilvil rights ? Why would you take them to task and pigeonhole them as traitors? What's wrong with their strenuous efforts to protect civil rights and the freedom of expression? Do they have to be serfs like you who simply don't come out swinging when some technocrats and despots set forth some dodgy plans aimed to impinge upon on their personal rights?
And I'm not agreeable to your argument that black footballers are superior to Chinese soccer players, even though it's telling that black footballers are stronger in terms of " physical fitness and aggressiveness." Just take a look at Japanese football and youth development in Japan , where many ripsnorting soccer training camps have been set up nationwide; moreover, more and more talented Japanese young soccer players have been handpicked by big-name foreign clubs casting about for gifted young footballers in Asia, including China.
Which means we have good reason to believe that a Chinese soccer still has a bright future, insofar as the management of Chinese football association does sterling work, such as hiring the right people to oversee its youth soccer development and creating a training system in which foreign coaches are given the elbow room to choose the desirable players whom they truly admire. Altogether, never mess with such foreign coaches living in China and persuade them to accept the idea that China is a unique nation.