Zhang Shuo (footballer)
|Full name||Zhang Shuo|
|Date of birth||17 September 1983|
|Place of birth||Beijing, China|
|Height||1.84 m (6 ft 1⁄2 in)|
|2015||→ Tianjin Songjiang (loan)||12||(1)|
|2017||→ Jiangsu Yancheng Dingli (loan)||22||(2)|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 14 October 2017|
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 4 November 2014
Though Zhang Shuo was born in Beijing he would move to Tianjin to play for the Tianjin Teda youth team. In 2002, he would graduate to the senior team where in his debut season he would play in seven games scoring his first goal. The following season he would establish himself as a first choice regular by playing in 26 league games and scoring 6 goals. He has continued to be a regular striker for Tianjin Teda despite not being the most prolific striker.
On 6 July 2010 Zhang signed a one-year deal with the Newcastle Jets for the 2010–2011 Hyundai A-League season. After a less than impressive season, where he failed to regularly make the starting team, he was released.
Zhang returned to China and signed a contract with China League One club Shenzhen Phoenix (later name changed to Guangzhou R&F). He scored 8 goals in 22 appearances as Guangzhou R&F finished second place in the League One and won promotion back to the top flight at the first attempt. On 16 June 2015, Zhang was loaned to China League One side Tianjin Songjiang until 31 December 2015.
After his performances in 2003 for Tianjin Teda, Zhang Shuo was called up to the senior national team and made his debut in an international friendly against Chile in a 0–0 draw. After several friendlies he was called up to the 2003 East Asian Football Championship squad where he made one appearance in a disappointing tournament for China PR. Nevertheless, Zhang Shuo would still continue to be a regular within the Chinese squad and score his first international goal in an international friendly against Lebanon on 3 July 2004 in a 6–0 thrashing. This was enough for Zhang Shuo to be included in the 2004 AFC Asian Cup squad, however he did not make any appearances in the tournament.
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- Newcastle Jets profile at the Wayback Machine (archived 2011-02-17)
- Zhang Shuo at National-Football-Teams.com
Categories: 1983 births | Living people | Chinese footballers | Footballers from Beijing | China international footballers | Chinese expatriate footballers | Tianjin Teda F.C. players | Persik Kediri players | Newcastle Jets FC players | Guangzhou R& | F F.C. players | Tianjin Tianhai F.C. players | Expatriate footballers in Indonesia | Chinese expatriate sportspeople in Indonesia | Chinese Super League players | China League One players | A-League players | Liga 1 (Indonesia) players | 2004 AFC Asian Cup players | Association football forwards
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