December 3 – China have replaced former Everton midfielder Li Tie as their national men’s team coach after weeks of media pressure, with hopes of reaching the 2022 World Cup but failed end.
Li has quit his job amid growing criticism over his side’s performance in the 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign as the country wants to reach the finals for the first time since its debut. almost 20 years ago.
He was succeeded by former Shansong Luneng coach Li Xiaopeng with the nation finishing fifth in their qualifying group with only the top two teams securing a spot in Qatar.
Li Tie was appointed head coach after Marcello Lippi stepped down in November 2019 and extended his contract with the CFA until 2026 in August.
However, China recorded just one win – against Vietnam in October – in six group stage matches, while they drew with Oman and Australia.
Li Tie was also criticized for using her personal social media account to promote products despite the team’s disappointing results.
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