Saving Chinese soccer

After sacking its most recent coach after just two years on the job, China’s national soccer team is once again searching for a savior to turn their fortunes around. Soccer remains extremely popular in China, but so far there’s been a failure to translate that into success on the international scene. Can all the blame be placed on the man in the coach’s chair? What’s the key to making China’s soccer team a force to be reckoned with? Sports commentator Yan Qiang, and former BBC sports editor Mihir Bose join us for some lively discussion on the future of the game in the Middle Kingdom.

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