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RIP Cheick Tiote: 4 things we remember about the ex-Newcastle midfielder

The football universe was once again rocked by tragedy, Monday morning, after it surfaced that Ivorian midfielder, Cheick Tiote, had passed away on the pitch. Tiote, who spent a bulk of his playing career at Newcastle United, lost consciousness during a training session with his Chinese club, Beijing Enterprises, before being declared dead moments later in the hospital. Read More »

How Chinese money could make Chelsea even better

Ben Darvill doesn't mind if Diego Costa's head has been turned by bags and bags of Chinese money.

This summer’s transfer window could prove to be among the most exciting in footballing history. So many leagues now boast massive spending power. The Premier League has always been at the forefront when it comes to financial muscle flexing but they are suddenly being usurped by the world’s surprise league package. The Chinese Super League has been throwing around serious dosh in ... Read More »

Western Asia Kicks Off

Asia’s continental feast of club football is imminent; both regions kick off on Tuesday. The Western Asia region boasts some of the biggest and best names on the continent. Match day one will be an ample opportunity for all the teams to set down a marker for their Asian campaigns. Read More »

Payet’s Possibilities

The January transfer window can be a funny time. It’s the footballing equivalent of 100 families frantically running around the supermarket looking for all the hot deals, only to come away empty-handed. Read More »

4 reasons Mikel’s China move is bad for football

The football universe woke up Friday morning to the news that Chelsea stalwart, John Mikel Obi, has joined the chariots of superstars making the move to the Chinese Super League. Just when the whole of the African continent was busy keeping tabs on the 2016 Glo/CAF awards, the 29-year-old was busy sealing a three-year deal with Tianjin TEDA. Read More »

Will insane money talk for the Chinese Super League, or will top players continue to walk?

After sitting on the bench for Antonio Conte’s Chelsea, Oscar had to be feeling pretty good about himself when Chinese Super League club Shanghai SIPG’s £60 million bid for him was accepted by the Blues shortly before this winter transfer window opened. He became wanted again, and in a big way. Unfortunately, if Borussia Dortmund accepts his new club’s £150 million bid for ... Read More »

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