Hong Yuanshuo

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Hong Yuanshuo
洪元硕
Personal information
Full nameHong Yuanshuo
Date of birth(1948-03-31)31 March 1948
Place of birth Beijing, China
Date of death 1 August 2015(2015-08-01) (aged 67)
Place of death Beijing, China
Club information
Current team
Beijing Guoan
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1973–1980 Beijing ? (?)
National team
1973 China ? (?)
Teams managed
1997–1998 Beijing Kuanli
2009 Beijing Guoan (caretaker)
2010 Beijing Guoan
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Hong Yuanshuo (simplified Chinese :洪元硕; traditional Chinese :洪元碩; pinyin :Hóng Yuánshuò; 31 March 1948 – 1 August 2015) was a Chinese football manager and a former player. Throughout his playing career he spent all of it with Beijing where he won the 1973 league title with them. [1] Since retiring he would move into scouting before moving into management with third-tier club Beijing Kuanli in 1997. By 2009 he would return to his former club as a manager to aid them in their successful push for the 2009 Chinese Super League title.

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Player career

At the early 70s, Hong Yuanshuo joined Beijing football team. He played for winger and became the team captain. In 1973, Hong selected by head coach Nian Weisi into the China national football team.

In certain sports, such as football, field hockey, ice hockey, handball, rugby union, lacrosse and rugby league, winger is a position. It refers to positions on the extreme left and right sides of the pitch, or playing field. In American football and Canadian football, the analogous position is the wide receiver. Wingers often try to use pace to exploit niextra space available on the flanks that can be made available by their teammates dominating the centre ground. They must be wary however of not crossing the touchline, or sidelines, and going out of play. In sports where the main method of scoring involves attacking a small goal in the centre of the field, a common tactic is to cross the ball to a central teammate.

Nian Weisi is a Chinese association football manager and former international football player.

China national football team mens national association football team representing the Peoples Republic of China

The Chinese national football team, recognized as China PR by FIFA, is the national association football team of the People's Republic of China and is governed by the Chinese Football Association. The team is colloquially referred to as "Team China", the "National Team" or "Guózú".

Management career

Early management career

After he retired he was worked in the youth team of Beijing from 1980. In that years he scouts many important player of Beijing Guoan and national team, including Gao Feng, Cao Xiandong, Deng Lejun, Tao Wei and Huang Bowen.

Gao Feng is a former Chinese international footballer who played as a striker for Beijing Guoan, Qianwei Huandao, Shenyang Haishi before retiring with Tianjin Teda. In his personal life was also married to Chinese vocalist Na Ying and had a son together, but the couple divorced in 2005.

Cao Xiandong is a Chinese football coach and a former international Midfielder. In his career, he represented Beijing Guo'an where he won two Chinese FA Cups along with Qingdao Yizhong Hainiu and Beijing Kuanli. Internationally he played for the Chinese team that took part in the 1996 Asian Cup. Since retiring he moved into assistant management and then gained his first Head coaching position with Beijing Institute of Technology FC

Deng Lejun is a former professional footballer for several Chinese Super League teams and is currently a golfer.

Beijing Kuanli

Hong Yuanshuo was appointed the manager of China League Two club Beijing Kuanli in the 1997 league season. Under Hong Yuanshuo, Beijing Kuanli had successfully promotion to Chinese Jia-B League.

China League Two association football league

The Chinese Football Association Division Two League, or China League Two, is the third tier league of the People's Republic of China. The league is under the auspices of the Chinese Football Association. Above the League Two is the premier league - the Chinese Super League and the League One.

Beijing Guoan

After round 23 of the 2009 league season Hong Yuanshuo was appointed as caretaker manager of Beijing Guoan who required a manager after Lee Jang-Soo left. [2] Finally, Beijing Guoan won the championship of China Super League 2009 without losing any games from round 24 to 30.

At the beginning of season 2010, Hong officially appointed head coach of Beijing Guoan. [3] He was sacked by the club on 21 September 2010.

Personal life

Hong Yuanshuo is the son of Chinese philosopher Hong Qian (Chinese: 洪谦, 1909–1992).

Death

Hong was diagnosed as colorectal cancer in 2011. [4] He died on 1 August 2015, aged 67. [5]

Honours

Player

Beijing

Manager

Beijing Guoan

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