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Popularity 2Viewed 806 times 2019-8-8 18:55 |System category:News| Golden, Age, Chinese, football

Aug 2004, 15 years ago, China were beaten 3:1 by Japan in the final of the AFC Asian Cup. Golden age of Chinese football . I was there it was the turning point of the game both teams played good football with two foreign coaches Zico and Arie Hann the stadium was packed with Patriotic Chinese supporters great memories. fans today still cannot forget Koji Nakata's winning goal, which was a handball.

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Reply Report JimSlip 2019-8-16 23:20
Sir, you reposted your old post...Yes, both Japan and South Korea are two dirty countries in football matches. The former used too many naturalized players and the latter bribed referees in World Cup 2002. China helped S Korea make profits in world cup but few scenes of the large number of Chinese fans present on site were broadcast by dirty S Korean TV stations.

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  • 2019-08-08 2019-8-16 23:20

    Sir, you reposted your old post...Yes, both Japan and South Korea are two dirty countries in football matches. The former used too many naturalized players and the latter bribed referees in World Cup 2002. China helped S Korea make profits in world cup but few scenes of the large number of Chinese fans present on site were broadcast by dirty S Korean TV stations.

  • 2019-08-08 2019-8-11 11:16

    To tell the truth, I have little interest to watch sport games. Most fans are crazy. Bloggers should keep the head cool to have reasonable remarks on the reality.

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