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I believe in you china
Just spend more money to train players
Looks like they spent more money, to buy players instead....
i think china did a really good job during their france encounter, france entered the match believing that they would win easily with a big lead, but they were mistaken when in the 68th minute Deng Zhuoxiang scored.
Was an upset and probably won't happen again for a long time. The Chinese team is still recovering from a load of corruption in the domestic league from what I hear and the bad sportsmanship of the team is pretty famous leading some great players to leave the team. I don't expect China to make it to any major international competitions for many years to come. Quality is extremely lacking.

The win against France came at a time when they were in a rut. After the World Cup, they have recovered nicely and China still needs to grow a lot.

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