Guizhou Renhe F.C.

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Guizhou Renhe
Guìzhōu Rénhé
贵州人和
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Full name Guizhou Renhe Football Club
贵州人和足球俱乐部
Founded February 1995; 20 years ago (1995-02) (Professional)
Ground Guiyang Olympic Centre, Guiyang, Guizhou
Ground Capacity 51,636
Owner United Kingdom Xiuli Hawken
Chairman Wang Guolin
Head coach Zhu Jiong
League Chinese Super League
2014 Super League, 6th
Website Club home page
Current season

Guizhou Renhe Football Club (simplified Chinese: 贵州人和; traditional Chinese: 貴州人和; pinyin: Guìzhōu Rénhé) is a Chinese professional football club based in Guiyang, Guizhou. They play at the Guiyang Olympic Centre and currently compete in the Chinese Super League. Founded in Pudong, Shanghai in 1995, the club was originally known as Shanghai Pudong though they changed their second part of their name on several occasions to suit their sponsors. During the 2006 season, the club, which had named itself Shanghai International, would move away from Shanghai to Shaanxi and rename themselves Xi'an Chanba International, or Inter Xi'an by the fans. Before the 2012 season, the club moved to Guizhou, and changed their name to Guizhou Renhe.[1]

History[edit]

The club was founded on February 1995 in Pudong, Shanghai to take part in the recently formed fully professional football league system and they started at the bottom of the football pyramid in the third division, where they named themselves Shanghai Pudong. Playing in all blue in their debut season, they would immediately taste success when they won the division title and promotion to the second tier.[2] The following seasons, however, saw the team languish within the division until they brought in Xu Genbao to manage the side at the beginning of the 2000 season and would make the club promotion contenders. Under Xu Genbao's leadership, they didn't have to wait long to win promotion when they would go on to win the division title at the end of the season and a chance to play in the top tier.[3] Under the ownership of Shanghai Yungtay Engineering and COSCO Real Estate, the club rebranded themselves with a new blue and white striped football kit. They were big spenders who wanted to achieve immediate success by bringing in established Chinese internationals such as Cheng Yaodong, Jiang Jin and particularly Wu Chengying who set a Chinese transfer fee record of 13,000,000 RMB. This saw them become genuine title contenders and under their new manager Cheng Yaodong, they would fight for the league title with Shanghai Greenland Shenhua and only come second by a single point at the end of the 2003 season.[4] On June 13, 2012 it was discovered by the police the real reason the team lost the 2003 title was because the club's players Shen Si, Qi Hong, Jiang Jin and Li Ming (1975) took a bribe from former Tianjin Teda general manager Yang Yifeng to lose their November 30, 2003 game, which saw all offending participants fined and jailed for their crimes.[5]

The owners could not maintain the level of spending that they had done and the team's results would start to slip. Finding that they could not compete with Shanghai Shenhua and in the 2005 season, they had to face additional competition in Shanghai Zobon, the team decided to move to Xi'an after months of speculation. With the newly branded team known as Shanghai International, or Inter Shanghai by the fans, they would start to move away from the previous Yuanshen Stadium to the Shaanxi Province Stadium and renamed themselves Xi'an Chanba International' by 2006. In 2007, their ownership was transferred to Baorong Investment and it was during this period that the club would start to experiment with a new yellow football kit. This would surprisingly seem to work when the club looked as if they were title contenders once more during the 2008 season, however their title hopes quickly faded and the team eventually finished fifth. The following season, however, would see the team languish near the bottom of the table and Cheng Yaodong decided to resign, which would see former Chinese national football coach Zhu Guanghu come in and guide the team away from the relegation zone.

At the beginning of the 2010 season, Dia Yongge and the Renhe Commercial Holdings Company would start to invest heavily within the club. This would see the club bring in Chinese internationals Sun Jihai, Zhao Xuri, Qu Bo and Mao Jianqing into the team. However, despite the signings, the club struggled within the league and Zhu Guanghu left the club while three time Chinese league winner Milorad Kosanović replaced him.[6] Milorad Kosanović's reign at the club was unsuccessful and he was soon replaced by Slobodan Santrač. After a poor string of results, Slobodan Santrač was fired and former Chinese international manager Gao Hongbo came into the club while it languished in mid-table throughout much of the 2011 season.[7] After another disappointing season, Dia Yongge would start to get frustrated at the team's lack of success and decided to take advantage of Guiyang's government promise of the recently developed Guiyang Olympic Centre for the club, and with Renhe Commercial Holdings Company having better business connections within Guiyang, the club decided that it would move the team, which has recently made them one of the best supported teams in China.[8] The 2012 season saw Guizhou have a successful year, with the club achieving fourth place and gaining entry into its first AFC Champions League.

Name changes[edit]

  • 1995–98: Shanghai Pudong (上海浦东)
  • 1999: Shanghai Pudong Whirlpool (上海浦东惠而浦)
  • 2000: Pudong Lianyang 8848 (浦东联洋 8848)
  • 2001–Sept 30, 2003: Shanghai COSCO Huili (上海中远汇丽)
  • Oct 1, 2003–05: Shanghai International (上海国际)


moved to Xi'an, Shaanxi in 2006 and was renamed as Shaanxi Baorong Chanba F.C. (陕西宝荣浐灞) in 2007

  • 2006: Xi'an Chanba International (西安浐灞国际)
  • 2007–July 29, 2009: Shaanxi Neo-China Chanba (陕西中新浐灞)
  • July 29, 2009–09: Shaanxi Greenland Chanba (陕西绿地浐灞)
  • 2010: Shaanxi Zhongjian Chanba (陕西中建地产浐灞)[9]
  • 2011: Shaanxi Renhe Commercial Chanba (陕西人和商业浐灞)[10]


moved to Guizhou in 2012

  • 2012–present: Guizhou Renhe (贵州人和)

Kit colours[edit]

When the club originated their home colours would predominantly be blue until the club won promotion to the top tier and decided that they needed to differentiate themselves from their local rivals Shanghai Greenland Shenhua, who also play in blue. This saw them employ a blue and white stripe top at the beginning of the 2003 league season, which the team kept until the club would be bought out by Baorong Investments who moved the club to Xi'an and decided that the club should use a new yellow top by the beginning of the 2008 league season. When the Renhe Commercial Holdings Company bought a majority within the club they wanted to try out a new all black kit during the 2011 league season, however this colour did not last very long and when the company decided to move the club to Guizhou the club decided they needed a new kit to signify this move and launched an all orange kit at the beginning of the 2012 league season.

2002 Home [11]

2003 Home [12]

2003 Away

2008 Home [13]

2008 Away

2010 Home [14]

2010 Away

2011 Home [15]

2012 Home [16]

Club honours[edit]

Winners (1): 2013
Runner-Up (1): 2012
  • Chinese Jia-B League:
Winners (1): 2001
  • Chinese Yi League:
Winners (1): 1995

Results[edit]

All-time league rankings

As of the end of 2014 season.[17][18]

Year Div Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Pos. FA Cup Super Cup League Cup AFC Other Att./G Stadium
1995 3 8 5 1 2 16 W DNQ DNQ - - Chuansha Stadium
1996 2 22 6 5 11 17 31 -14 23 9 R3 DNQ - - Chuansha Stadium
1997 2 22 7 6 9 23 23 0 27 10 R2 DNQ - - Chuansha Stadium
1998 2 22 8 4 10 20 27 -7 28 7 R1 DNQ - - Chuansha Stadium
1999 2 22 10 6 6 32 30 2 36 4 R1 DNQ - - Chuansha Stadium
2000 2 22 7 12 3 28 22 6 33 4 R2 DNQ - - Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium
2001 2 22 14 4 4 51 21 30 46 W R1 DNQ - - Shanghai Stadium
2002 1 28 9 8 11 37 39 -2 35 9 QF DNQ - - 17,500 Shanghai Stadium
2003 1 28 16 6 6 39 26 13 54 RU QF DNQ - - 17,821 Shanghai Stadium
2004 1 22 8 8 6 39 31 8 32 3 R2 NH R2 - A3 4 8,455 Shanghai Stadium
2005 1 26 8 7 11 30 32 -2 31 8 R3 NH R1 - 4,385 Shanghai Stadium
2006 1 28 8 12 8 33 34 -1 36 9 R1 NH NH - 17,286 Shaanxi Coca Cola Stadium
2007 1 28 4 14 10 24 29 -5 26 13 NH NH NH - 24,643 Shaanxi Coca Cola Stadium
2008 1 30 15 7 8 41 29 12 52 5 NH NH NH - 24,625 Shaanxi Coca Cola Stadium
2009 1 30 9 10 11 26 24 2 37 12 NH NH NH - 23,026 Shaanxi Province Stadium
2010 1 30 9 10 11 33 36 -3 37 10 NH NH NH - 28,053 Shaanxi Province Stadium
2011 1 30 10 8 12 34 41 -7 38 9 QF NH NH - 27,836 Shaanxi Province Stadium
2012 1 30 12 9 9 44 33 11 45 4 RU DNQ NH - 29,574 Guiyang Olympic Sports Center
2013 1 30 11 11 8 40 41 -1 44 4 W DNQ NH Group 21,312 Guiyang Olympic Sports Center
2014 1 30 11 8 11 33 35 -2 41 6 R4 DNQ NH Group 12,327 Guiyang Olympic Sports Center

Key

Current squad[edit]

First team[edit]

As of 1 August 2014 [19]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 China GK Xu Jiamin
3 China DF Zhang Chenglin
6 China MF Fan Yunlong
7 Poland MF Krzysztof Mączyński
9 Brazil FW Ricardo Santos
10 Sweden FW Magnus Eriksson
11 Brazil MF Hyuri
12 China GK Zhang Lie
13 China FW Shi Liang
14 China FW Yang Yihu
15 China MF Chen Jie
16 China FW Wu Dingmao
18 China DF Zhao Jun
20 China FW Zhang Chengxiang
No. Position Player
22 China GK Sheng Peng
23 Chinese Taipei DF Xavier Chen
27 South Korea DF Park Ju-sung
28 China FW Ge Yuxiang
30 China FW Shen Tianfeng
31 China MF Rao Weihui
32 China MF Gan Chao
33 China MF Guo Sheng
36 China DF Xiang Hantian
37 China DF Yu Rui
41 China MF Yu Bin
50 China MF Tan Liwei
China DF Tang Yuan
China MF Zhu Baojie
China MF Feng Renliang

Reserve squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
45 China MF Chen Liming
46 China MF Cao Yongjing
47 China MF Sun Weizhe
No. Position Player
48 China FW Shao Shuai
49 China MF Zhang Yufeng
54 China MF Huang Hui

Coaching staff[edit]

Position Staff
Manager China Zhu Jiong
Assistant coach China Qiu Zhiyin
Fitness Coach Serbia Duško Tomaš
Goalkeeper Coach Serbia Duško Tomić

Source: Sina.com

Managerial history[edit]

Managers who have coached the club and team since Guizhou Renhe was formed.

Asian clubs ranking[edit]

As of 5 October 2014[20]
Current Rank Country Team
89 China Shanghai SIPG
90 South Korea Gyeongnam
91 Indonesia Persib Bandung
92 Saudi Arabia Al-Faisaly
93 China Guizhou Renhe

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