Gao Feng (footballer)

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Gao Feng
高峰
Personal information
Full name Gao Feng
Date of birth (1971-04-22) 22 April 1971 (age 43)
Place of birth Shenyang, China
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position Striker (Retired)
Youth career
1984-1988 Liaoning Youth
1988-1990 Beijing Youth
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1990-1994 Beijing Football Team ? (?)
1994-1996 Beijing Guoan 55 (21)
1997-1999 Qianwei Huandao 58 (20)
2000 Shenyang Haishi 15 (1)
2001-2002 Tianjin Teda 23 (2)
National team
1992-1997 China 32 (9)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14:33, 13 march 2010 (UTC).

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 14:33, 13 march 2010 (UTC)

Gao Feng (Simplified Chinese: 高峰) (born 22 April 1971) is a former Chinese international footballer who predominantly played as a striker for Beijing Guoan and Qianwei Huandao 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.[1]

Biography[edit]

Gao Feng started his football career playing for the Beijing Football Team until the 1994 league season saw full professionism within the league and the club renamed themselves Beijing Guoan.[2] Throughout his time at Beijing, Gao showed a highly efficient goal scoring ability with excellent stamina, which saw him as their first choice striker when they won the 1996 Chinese FA Cup.[3] His goal-scoring ability soon saw him be included in the Chinese national team and he was called up to the team that went to the 1996 AFC Asian Cup, where China were knocked out in the quarter-finals against Saudi Arabia on December 16, 1996 in a 4-3 defeat.[4] By the 1997 league season he transferred to top tier side Qianwei Huandao and was part of the team that gained mid-table mediocrity. By the 1999 league season he was also part of the team that decided to move to Chongqing and renamed themselves Chongqing Longxin before transferring to Shenyang Haishi and then Tianjin Teda, where he retired.

Honours[edit]

Beijing Guoan

References[edit]

  1. ^ 那英:走出离婚阴影和儿子一起快乐成长 at qikan.com.cn Dec 2, 2006 Retrieved 2012-07-24
  2. ^ 1994:中国足球拉开竞技体育职业化大幕 at news.QQ.com 2009-01-17 Retrieved 2012-07-24
  3. ^ China 1996 - FA Cup at rsssf.com 5 Jun 2003 Retrieved 2012-07-24
  4. ^ Asian Cup 1996 VA Emirate .:. Viertelfinale at weltfussball.de 16. Dezember 1996 Retrieved 2012-07-24

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