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Wu Weian




Wu Weian
吴伟安
Personal information
Full name Wu Weian
Date of birth September 1, 1981 (age 38)
Place of birth Meizhou, Guangdong, China
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 in)[1]
Playing position(s) Attacking midfielder, winger
Club information
Current team
R&F (team manager)
Youth career
2000–2001 Guangdong Youth
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2002–2004 Guangdong Xiongying 56 (12)
2005–2011 Tianjin Teda 183 (24)
2012–2014 Guangzhou R&F 21 (1)
2014Guangdong Sunray Cave (loan) 11 (3)
2015–2016 Shenzhen FC 18 (0)
2017 Shenzhen Pengcheng 3 (5)
2018–2019 R&F 3 (0)
National team
2007–2009 China 5 (1)
Teams managed
2018– R&F (team manager)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 31 May 2019
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 4 November 2013

Wu Weian (simplified Chinese: 吴伟安; traditional Chinese: 吳偉安; pinyin: Wú Wěiān; Jyutping: Ng4 Wai5 On1; born September 1, 1981) is a retired Chinese football player who is currently the team manager of Hong Kong Premier League side R&F.

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Club career



Wu Weian started his career with second tier club Guangdong Xiongying in 2002 where he established himself the following season as a team regular.[2] However while he may have cemented himself within the team (now renaming itself Shenzhen Kejian at the start of the 2004 league season) he was unable to aid them in their promotion bid to the top tier.[3] Tianjin Teda however were willing to take Wu Wei'an and with the chance to play in the Chinese Super League, Wu Wei'an transferred to Tianjin at the beginning of the 2005 league season. With this move Wu Wei'an would rise to prominence, quickly establishing himself as a regular within the team he would play in 26 league games and score 7 goals.[4] The following seasons would see him become a vital member of the team that would qualify for the 2009 AFC Champions League for the first time in the club's history, while also going on to play in five games and scoring one goal during the tournament.[5] He would then see the club become runners-up of the 2010 league season while also seeing Tianjin finish in the last sixteen of the 2011 AFC Champions League where he played in four games and scored one goal.[6] Despite these achievement Wu Wei'an did not win any trophies until the 2011 Chinese FA Cup where he came on as a late substitute as Tianjin won the cup 2-1 against Shandong Luneng Taishan.

After the win Wu Weian had a chance to return to Guangdong with recently promoted top tier side Guangzhou R&F F.C., which he decided to take at the beginning of the 2012 league season.[7] In July 2014, Wu moved to China League One side Guangdong Sunray Cave on a six-month loan deal. He transferred to League One side Shenzhen FC in February 2015.[8] Wu announced his retirement on 6 March 2017.[9]

Wu became a basic level coach for Guangzhou R&F and played for amateur club Shenzhen Pengcheng after his retirement. He returned to professional football in July 2017 when he joined Hong Kong Premier League side R&F as a player-coach.[10] On 9 December 2017, he made his debut for the club in a 2–1 home loss to Eastern, coming on as a substitute for Li Rui in the 65th minute.[11] He retired after the 2018–19 season.

International career



Wu Weian would make his senior international debut under Zhu Guanghu on February 7, 2007 in a friendly against Kazakhstan where China won 2-1 in a preparation game several mouths before the 2007 AFC Asian Cup. Wu Weian did not make it into the squad for the tournament but China had a new manager in Vladimir Petrović who would play him against Myanmar in a 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification game where China won 4-0 and Wu scored his debut goal.[12] Vladimir Petrović would try him out in several further friendlies, however after an uninspired draw against El Salvador, Wu would stop being included in any further squads. A year later Gao Hongbo would be the new Chinese manager and Wu was given another chance within the national team on June 4, 2009 against Saudi Arabia but China lost 4-1 and Wu was not included in any further teams.[13]

Career statistics



International goals

Scores and results list China's goal tally first.[14]
No Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1. 28 October 2007 KLFA Stadium, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  Myanmar 1–0 4–0 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification

Honours



Tianjin Teda

References



  1. ^ "吳偉安" [Wu Weian]. gzrffc.com.cn. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
  2. ^ "Wu Weian" . National Football Teams. Benjamin Strack-Zimmerman.
  3. ^ "China 2004" . www.rsssf.com.
  4. ^ http://csldata.sports.sohu.com/player.php?regnum=MA02141&season=2005
  5. ^ http://images.the-afc.com/Documents/competitions/fixtures/367-2110.pdf
  6. ^ http://www.the-afc.com/en/component/joomleague/?view=report&compID=410&matchId=4096
  7. ^ "吴伟安落叶归根转会富力 转会费高于泰达买入价-搜狐体育" . sports.sohu.com.
  8. ^ 深足基本敲定塞内加尔前锋将加盟 巴西锋将替补 at sports.sina.com.cn 2015-02-27 Retrieved 2015-02-28 (in Chinese)
  9. ^ 前国脚吴伟安正式宣布退役:非常期待新的挑战 at sports.sina.com.cn 2017-03-07 Retrieved 2015-03-07 (in Chinese)
  10. ^ 去燕子岗睇港超 at sports.163.com 2017-08-21 Retrieved 2017-09-04 (in Chinese)
  11. ^ "R&F 1:2 Eastern Long Lions" . HKFA. 9 December 2017. Retrieved 16 May 2018.
  12. ^ "2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa - Matches - Myanmar-China PR" . FIFA.com.
  13. ^ "China National Football Team Database - China PR 1-4 Saudi Arabia" . teamchina.freehostia.com.
  14. ^ "Wu, Weian" . National Football Teams. Retrieved 22 May 2017.
  15. ^ "足协杯-王新欣于大宝联手逆转 天津2-1胜山东夺冠" (in Chinese). Sports.sina.com.cn. 2011-11-19. Retrieved 2019-08-20.

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Categories: 1981 births | Living people | Chinese footballers | Tianjin Teda F.C. players | Guangzhou R& | F F.C. players | Guangdong Sunray Cave players | Shenzhen F.C. players | R& | F (Hong Kong) players | China international footballers | Hakka sportspeople | Chinese Super League players | China League One players | Hong Kong Premier League players | Footballers from Meizhou | Association football midfielders



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