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2012 China League One




China League One
Season2012
ChampionsShanghai Tellace
PromotedShanghai Tellace
Wuhan Zall
RelegatedBeijing Baxy
Hohhot Dongjin
Matches played240
Goals scored617 (2.57 per match)
Top goalscorer Babacar Gueye
(23 Goals)
Biggest home winHarbin Yiteng 4-0 Beijing Baxy
(May 26th, 2012)
Hohhot Dongjin 4-0 Guangdong Sunray Cave
(Jul. 21st, 2012)
Harbin Yiteng 5-1 Beijing 361º
(Jul. 28th, 2012)
Yanbian Baekdu Tigers 4-0 Hohhot Dongjin
(Aug. 18th, 2012)
Shenzhen Ruby 4-0 Yanbian Baekdu Tigers
(Oct. 20th, 2012)
Chongqing FC 4-0 Chengdu Blades
(Oct. 28th, 2012)
(4 goals)
Biggest away winGuangdong Sunray Cave 1-5 Fujian Smart Hero
(Aug. 25th, 2012)
Yanbian Baekdu Tigers 1-5 Harbin Yiteng
(Sept. 1st, 2012)
Beijing 361º 0-4 Beijing Baxy
(Oct. 6th, 2012)
(4 goals)
Highest scoringShenzhen Ruby 5-3 Chongqing Lifan
(Sept. 22nd, 2012)
(8 goals)
Longest winning runShanghai Tellace
(6 matches)
Longest unbeaten runChongqing Lifan
(8 matches)
Longest winless runHohhot Dongjin
(11 matches)
Longest losing runHunan Liuyanghe
(8 matches)
Highest attendance22,316
Hunan Liuyanghe 2-1 Shanghai Tellace
(Aug. 4th, 2012)
Lowest attendance321
Beijing Baxy 0-3 Hunan Liuyanghe
(Jul. 28th, 2012)
Average attendance3,996
2011
2013

The 2012 China League One was the ninth season of the China League One, the second tier of the Chinese football league pyramid, since its establishment. It began on March 17, 2012 and ended on October 28, 2012.[1] The size of the league has been expanded from 14 to 16 teams this season.

Contents

Team changes


Promotion and relegation

Dalian Aerbin F.C. as the champion of 2011 season and Guangzhou R&F F.C. as runner-up had promoted to the 2012 Chinese Super League. They were replaced by Chengdu Blades F.C. and Shenzhen Ruby F.C., who had relegated from the 2011 Chinese Super League after finishing the season in the bottom two places of the table.

Guizhou Zhicheng Toro F.C. had relegated to the 2012 China League Two after finishing the 2011 season in last place and lost play-off match against 2011 China League Two 3rd-placed team Fujian Smart Hero F.C.. Due to the league's expansion, three teams were admitted into the 2012 China League One. These were the two 2011 League Two promotion final winners, Harbin Yiteng F.C., Chongqing F.C., and the play-off winner, Fujian Smart Hero F.C..

Name changes

Shenyang Dongjin F.C. moved to the city of Hohhot and changed their name to Hohhot Dongjin in February 2012.[2]

Clubs


Stadiums and Locations

Club Head Coach City Stadium Capacity 2011 season
BIT FC Bian Lijun Beijing BIT Eastern Athletic Field 5,000 13th
Beijing Baxy Cao Xiandong
Wang Tao
Beijing Shijingshan Stadium 20,000 11th
Chengdu Tiancheng R Wang Baoshan Chengdu Shuangliu Sports Centre 26,000 CSL, 15th
Chongqing FC P Zhao Changhong Chongqing Chongqing Olympic Sports Center 58,680 CL2, 2nd
Chongqing Lifan Tang Yaodong Chongqing Fuling Stadium 22,000 8th
Fujian Smart Hero P Xu Hui Fuzhou
Jinjiang
Fuzhou Stadium
Jinjiang Sports Center Stadium (after Round 27)
23,000
15,000
CL2, 3rd
Guangdong Sunray Cave José Ricardo Rambo Guangzhou Guangdong Provincial People's Stadium
Guangdong Olympic Stadium (Round 29 & 30)
25,000
80,012
3rd
Harbin Yiteng P Duan Xin Harbin Harbin International Conference Exhibition and Sports Center
Harbin Institute of Technology Stadium (Round 21)
50,000
20,000
CL2, 1st
Shenyang Dongjin Yang Yumin (caretaker) Hohhot Hohhot City Stadium 60,000 5th
Hunan Billows Zhang Xu Changsha
Yiyang
CSUFT East-Garden Stadium
Yiyang Olympic Sports Park Stadium (after Round 19)
18,000
30,000
4th
Shanghai Tellace Jiang Bingyao Shanghai Shanghai Stadium
Jinshan Football Stadium (Round 26)
65,000
30,000
9th
Shenyang Shenbei Liu Zhicai Shenyang Shenyang Sport University Stadium 12,000 6th
Shenzhen NEO Capital R Philippe Troussier Shenzhen Bao'an Stadium 40,000 CSL, 16th
Tianjin Songjiang Hao Haitao Tianjin Tianjin Tuanbo Football Stadium 30,320 12th
Wuhan Zall Zheng Xiong Wuhan Xinhua Road Sports Center 32,137 7th
Yanbian Quanyang Spring Cho Keung-Yeon Longjing Hailanjiang Stadium 32,000 10th

Managerial changes

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Date of vacancy Table Incoming manager Date of appointment
Hohhot Dongjin Chen Bo (caretaker) --- Pre-season N/A Chen Bo Pre-season[4]
Chongqing Lifan Liu Jingbiao Sacked Pre-season[5] N/A Lawrie McKinna Pre-season[5]
Shenyang Shenbei Liu Zhicai Sacked Pre-season N/A Arie Haan Pre-season[6]
Guangdong Sunray Cave Cao Yang Sacked Pre-season N/A Dragan Kokotović Pre-season[7]
Beijing Baxy Cao Xiandong
Resigned Pre-season N/A Cui Enlang Pre-season
Guangdong Sunray Cave Dragan Kokotović Sacked 27 March 2012 6th Cao Yang (caretaker) 27 March 2012[8]
Chongqing Lifan Lawrie McKinna Sacked 14 April 2012[9] 16th Tang Yaodong 19 April 2012[10]
Wuhan Zall Jose Carlos de Oliveira Sacked 24 April 2012[11] 8th Zheng Xiong (caretaker) 24 April 2012[11]
Shenyang Shenbei Arie Haan Resigned 1 May 2012[12] 14th Li Zheng (caretaker) 1 May 2012[12]
Yanbian Quanyang Spring Zheng Xianglong Sacked 20 May 2012[13] 14th Jin Guangzhu (caretaker) 20 May 2012[13]
Hohhot Dongjin Chen Bo Sacked 22 May 2012[14] 16th Yang Yumin (caretaker) 22 May 2012[14]
Yanbian Quanyang Spring Jin Guangzhu (caretaker) --- 1 June 2012 13th Cho Keung-Yeon 1 June 2012[15]
Wuhan Zall Zheng Xiong (caretaker) --- 14 June 2012 4th Zheng Xiong 14 June 2012[16]
Shenyang Shenbei Li Zheng (caretaker) Resigned 18 June 2012[17] 16th Huang Yong (caretaker) 18 June 2012[17]
Beijing Baxy Cui Enlang Sacked 3 July 2012[18] 14th Gai Zengjun (caretaker) 3 July 2012[18]
Chongqing FC Zhao Faqing Resigned 5 July 2012[19] 11th Zhao Changhong 5 July 2012[19]
Shenyang Shenbei Huang Yong (caretaker) Resigned 10 July 2012[20] 15th Liu Zhicai 10 July 2012[20]
Chengdu Tiancheng Niu Hongli Resigned 24 July 2012[21] 12th Wang Baoshan 24 July 2012[21]
Guangdong Sunray Cave Cao Yang (caretaker) Resigned 28 July 2012[22] 12th José Ricardo Rambo 29 July 2012
Beijing Baxy Gai Zengjun (caretaker) Resigned 3 August 2012[23] 16th Cao Xiandong
Wang Tao
3 August 2012[23]
Guangdong Sunray Cave José Ricardo Rambo As assistant coach 30 August 2012 12th Cao Yang (caretaker) 30 August 2012[24]

Foreign players

Restricting the number of foreign players strictly to four per CL1 team.[25] A team could use three foreign players on the field each game. Players came from Hong Kong, Macau and Chinese Taipei were deemed as native players in CSL.

Club Player 1 Player 2 Player 3 Player 4 Former Players*
BIT FC Lee In-Shik Matías Alonso Walter Guglielmone Martín Rodríguez Vicent Rodrigue
Beijing Baxy Júnior Paulista Daniel Quaye Momar N'Diaye Shin Eun-Seok Saša Mus
Chengdu Tiancheng Johnson Macaba João Paulo Valdo William Ygor de Souza
Chongqing FC Rafael Pérez Walter Julián Martínez Chris Killen
Chongqing Lifan Brendon Šantalab Guto Nei Nelson Cabrera
Fujian Smart Hero Johnny Woodly Vlado Jeknić Sylvano Comvalius Park Jung-Soo
Guangdong Sunray Cave Dori Jean Narde Reinaldo Mahama Awal Josip Milardović
Harbin Yiteng Million Butshiire Adam Hughes Rodrigo Ricardo Steer Oleksandr Krutskevich
Hohhot Dongjin Luciano Olguín Yovanny Arrechea Lee Kil-Hoon Song Tae-Lim
Hunan Billows Astor Henríquez Emil Martínez Erick Norales Claudio Cardozo
Shanghai Tellace Bruno Camacho Luis Carlos Cabezas Ransford Addo Samir Arzú Didier Njewel
Shenyang Shenbei José Duarte Dario Dabac Vladimir Vujović Mustapha Allaoui
Shenzhen NEO Capital Leandro Guaita Benjamin Gavanon Takashi Rakuyama Babacar Gueye Rony Flores
Tianjin Songjiang Anderson Taavi Rähn Aleksander Rodić Lee Se-In
Wuhan Zall Adiel Vicente Carlos Ceballos Julio Gutiérrez César Valoyes
Yanbian Quanyang Spring Ivan Božić Stipe Lapić Soumaila Coulibaly Hong Jin-Sub Ronaille Calheira

Hong Kong/Macau/Taiwan players (doesn't count on the foreign player slot)

Club Player 1 Player 2
Beijing Baxy Chen Hao-wei
Guangdong Sunray Cave Chan Siu Ki Leung Chun Pong
Shenzhen NEO Capital Chen Po-liang

League table


Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Shanghai Tellace (P, C) 30 17 8 5 47 25 +22 59 Promotion to Chinese Super League
2 Wuhan Zall (P) 30 16 6 8 40 29 +11 54
3 Fujian Smart Hero 30 12 10 8 41 32 +9 46
4 Harbin Yiteng 30 13 6 11 53 43 +10 45[a]
5 Chongqing Lifan 30 12 9 9 50 45 +5 45[a]
6 Tianjin Songjiang 30 12 9 9 27 24 +3 45[a]
7 Shenzhen NEO Capital 30 12 6 12 46 41 +5 42
8 Chongqing FC 30 11 8 11 40 37 +3 41[b]
9 Chengdu Tiancheng 30 11 8 11 33 40 −7 41[b]
10 Guangdong Sunray Cave 30 10 8 12 41 46 −5 38[c]
11 Hunan Billows 30 10 8 12 33 37 −4 38[c]
12 Shenyang Shenbei 30 9 11 10 36 38 −2 38[c]
13 Yanbian Quanyang Spring 30 10 4 16 39 51 −12 34
14 BIT FC 30 8 8 14 27 41 −14 32
15 Beijing Baxy 30 8 7 15 34 46 −12 31
16 Shenyang Dongjin (R) 30 5 12 13 30 42 −12 27 Relegation to China League Two
Updated to match(es) played on October 28, 2012. Source: CL1 website on sohu.com (in Chinese)
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored; 4) head-to-head goals scored; 5) goal difference; 6) goals scored; 7) disciplinary points (1 point for each yellow card, 3 points for each red card). Head-to-Head: Only used at the end of the season when two or more teams need the head-to-head rules to break a tie.
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.
Notes:

Positions by round


Winner; promote to Chinese Super League
Runner-up; promote to Chinese Super League
Relegate to China League Two
Updated to match(es) played on Oct. 28, 2012. Source: Table by round (in Chinese)

Top scorers


Rank Player Club Goals
1
Babacar Gueye Shenzhen NEO Capital
23
2
Johnny Woodly Fujian Smart Hero
21
3
Wu Lei Shanghai Tellace
17
4
Chris Killen Chongqing FC
16
5
Brendon Šantalab Chongqing Lifan
14
Guto Chongqing Lifan
14
José Duarte Shenyang Shenbei
14
8
Vicente Wuhan Zall
11
9
Ricardo Steer Harbin Yiteng
10
Bu Xin Harbin Yiteng
10

League attendance


Pos Team Total High Low Average Change
1 Shenyang Dongjin 134,664 21,817 4,926 8,978 n/a
2 Hunan Billows 104,554 22,316 1,510 6,970 n/a
3 Wuhan Zall 100,522 12,987 3,153 6,701 n/a
4 Shenzhen NEO Capital 96,721 9,574 3,275 6,448 n/a
5 Yanbian Quanyang Spring 80,579 10,111 2,162 5,372 n/a
6 Chongqing FC 70,177 16,158 1,980 4,678 n/a
7 Fujian Smart Hero 62,136 8,321 866 4,142 n/a
8 Chongqing Lifan 60,650 11,550 1,051 4,043 n/a
9 Harbin Yiteng 60,037 5,103 1,180 4,002 n/a
10 Shanghai Tellace 46,702 7,177 1,211 3,113 n/a
11 Tianjin Songjiang 44,969 5,500 1,028 2,998 n/a
12 Chengdu Tiancheng 30,391 5,052 820 2,026 n/a
13 BIT FC 22,362 2,326 500 1,491 n/a
14 Guangdong Sunray Cave 16,556 2,012 353 1,104 n/a
15 Shenyang Shenbei 15,267 5,000 350 1,018 n/a
16 Beijing Baxy 12,668 3,269 321 845 n/a


League total 958,955 22,316 321 3,996 n/a

Updated to games played on Oct. 28th, 2012
Source: Chinese Football Data (in Chinese)

References


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Categories: China League One seasons | 2012 in Chinese football leagues | 2011–12 in Asian second tier association football leagues | 2012–13 in Asian second tier association football leagues



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