(Country) – Right before the World Cup qualifiers, many information said that the Chinese team will soon replace the head coach. However, with supportive moves from the media as well as federation leaders, coach Li Tie’s position is still guaranteed.
Coach Li Tie (Ly Thiet) is the one who helped the Chinese team “revive” and win the ticket to qualify for the second qualifying round of the 2022 World Cup. The performance before coach Li Tie took over the Chinese team was very bad. They drew with the Philippines and lost to Syria in the first leg of the second round of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers. These results led to the resignation of coach Marcello Lippi.
Coach Li Tie helped the Chinese team win the last 4 matches in a row, getting a ticket to continue thanks to entering the second group of the group with the best record. According to Tianjin Daily, coach Li Tie still receives absolute support from the Chinese Football Federation as well as the media. Fans are no stranger to foreign teachers coming to work, unsuccessfully, and then leaving quickly. Coach Li Tie is a “symbol” for the revolution that Chinese fans want. In the context of the team’s declining achievements, even confronting Southeast Asian teams is a challenge, the Chinese Football Federation was forced to change and give opportunities to domestic coaches, initially successful. certain.
As a player, Mr. Li Tie was also one of the most respected people with many years of playing in the Premier League. It is impossible to suddenly fire coach Li Tie.
In a recent meeting with the Chinese Football Federation, coach Li Tie gave a rather detailed plan to prepare for the third qualifying round of the 2022 World Cup. Many options were proposed in the context of the complicated epidemic, the Teams can change venue at any time.
The Chinese team will practice in Shanghai from August 18. They will plan a specific move after Australia has settled on a neutral location, most likely Qatar.
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