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Li Bing 黎兵 Personal information Date of birth March 16, 1969 (1969-03-16) (age 42) Place of birth Guizhou, China Playing position Forward Senior career* Years Team Apps† (Gls)† 1990-1993 Liaoning ? (?) 1994 Liaoning Yuandong 21 (10) 1995-1996 Guangdong Hongyuan 42 (14) 1997-2002 Sichuan Quanxing 94 (36) 2000 Kickers Offenbach (Loan) ? (?) National team 1992-2001 China 67 (19) Teams managed 2002-2003 Zhejiang Lücheng (Trainer) 2007-2009 Chengdu Blades F.C. * Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals). Li Bing (Chinese: 黎兵)(born 16 March 1969, in Guizhou) is a retired Chinese International football player. Li played most of his career in his native China for Sichuan Quanxing and was ever present in the Chinese national squad for just under 10 years. In 2000, Li was made a transfer target by Germany club Kickers Offenbach and was then brought to the club on a short loan deal. Contents 1 Club career 2 Coach career 3 References 4 External links Club career Despite being born in Guizhou Li Bing would rise to prominence when he established himself with the northeastern team Liaoning Yuandong. While he was playing for the most dominant team in the domestic league at the time he still made the move to Guangdong Hongyuan F.C. where he was brought in to help with them with their title push, however while they were close they only finished 4th in the 1995 league season.[1] Unable to improve upon their performances the following season when they finished a disappointing 7th, Li Bing would be sold to Sichuan Guancheng. With them he was able to find a team capable to consistently fighting for the league title, however the best they were able to achieve was 3rd position in the 1999 league season.[2] Coach career Li Bing would guide Chengdu Blades F.C. to promotion to the Chinese Super League after coming in during the 2007 league season, where he guided them to second in the league in the second tier.[3] While he lead Chengdu to relative safety throughout the 2008 league season during the beginning of the 2009 league season they had a terrible start to the season and resigned after only six games into the season.[4] References ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/china95.html ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/china99.html ^ http://www.rsssf.com/tablesc/china07.html ^ http://www.the-afc.com/en/news-centre/member-association-news/249-china-pr/22704 External links [1] Player Related News [2] Player's Blog v · d · eChinese Football Association Footballer of the Year 1994: Li Bing | 1995: Fan Zhiyi | 1996: Su Maozhen | 1997: Campos | 1998: Hao Haidong | 1999: Qu Shengqing | 2000: Yang Chen | 2001: Li Tie | 2002: Zheng Zhi | 2003: Albertz | 2004: Zhao Junzhe | 2005: Jelić | 2006: Zheng Zhi | 2007: Du Zhenyu | 2008: E. Martínez | 2009: Caballero | 2010: Riascos v · d · eChina Squad – 1992 AFC Asian Cup Third Place 1 Fu Yubin • 2 Feng Zhigang • 3 Dong Liqiang • 4 Fan Zhiyi • 5 Xu Hong • 6 Li Bing • 7 Wu Qunli • 8 Gao Hongbo • 9 Hao Haidong • 10 Cai Sheng • 11 Li Xiao • 12 Xie Yuxin • 13 Li Ming • 14 Gao Zhongxun • 15 Zhao Lin • 16 Jia Xiuquan • 17 Peng Weiguo • 18 Cheng Yaodong • 19 Zhu Bo • 20 Ou Chuliang • Coach: Schlappner v · d · eChina Squad – 1996 AFC Asian Cup 1 Jiang Hong • 3 Wei Qun • 4 Zhang Enhua • 5 Xu Hong • 6 Fan Zhiyi • 7 Hao Haidong • 8 Ma Mingyu • 9 Cao Xiandong • 10 Li Bing • 11 Peng Weiguo • 12 Su Maozhen • 13 Sun Jihai • 14 Jiang Feng • 15 Han Jinming • 16 Li Ming • 17 Gao Feng • 19 Wu Chengying • 20 Ou Chuliang • 21 Liu Yue • 22 Han Wenhai • 23 Xie Hui • Coach: Qi Wusheng Persondata Name Li, Bing Alternative names Short description Date of birth 16 March 1969 Place of birth Guizhou, China Date of death Place of death This biographical article related to Chinese football is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e