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Q: How do I get in contact with a football recruiting agency in China?

I'm a student in Tianjin city, about to graduate and I'm good in football but it's been very difficult to reach out to any professional team.

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I can ... get in contact ... through my bestest search engine ...

 

'Football recruiting agency in China' ...

 

https://ins-globalconsulting.com/recruitment-agency-in-china/

 

https://www.eaboute.com/chinese-recruitment-agencies/

 

https://www.i-recruit.com/location/china-recruiters

 

 

Send them a letter through Contact Us' on the recruiting firms' weblinks.

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I didn't know China even had professional football teams...

icnif77:

I still don't understand why in the world all soccer players run after only one ball ... angry

 

When I was a kid, we each had one ball ... 

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Stiggs:

I've heard that heading the ball can contribute a lot to brain injury - similaar to boxers being punched in the head all the time, maybe that has something to do with it.

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icnif77:

Picture me asking Q: "Why do they have only one ball?" at Daisy O'Rilleys, Irish pub in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla, among all Irish and Scottish fans watching the soccer match on the teli and rooting for their fav. team ... usually Glasgow Celtics ... surprise

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Stiggs:

Lol I have a mental image of a room full of dudes doing this....

Wtf Gif GIFs | Tenor

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icnif77:

You should experience it once ... how Celts watch soccer game in public. They are all dressed in favorite team's outfits, drinking Guinness&Harp and screaming ... Only one team's uniform is allowed at the same pub. The other team uniforms are almost considered 'national enemies' and they can gather only at the different pub .

At the first time, I was like "What's wrong with these chaps ..?", i.e. you don't say anything against the soccer or even mention another sport-ing event unless it's soccer related.

Despite all seriousness, I couldn't resist not to tease them with "one ball" Q ... 

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Stiggs:

Yeah I've seen how seriously some of them take it.

 

I worked with an Irish guy once (very briefly, actually he never worked so that's not really accurate). He seemed like an extreme case.

 

He arrived at the school on his first day and was doing the usual things - meeting everyone, being taken to his apartment, shown around the school etc and from the start he was telling everyone what club he supported but he'd say it like I'm (club name) so everyone thought that was his name even though he'd just being introduced as something else. It obviously caused a lot of confusion and when someone eventually said 'oh, you mean a soccor team' I thought he was going to have a heart attack.  

 

Later everyone went out to eat and he started going on about football again, the world cup or something was on at the time and one of the teachers mentioned how they'd watched a game in a bar last night, that set him off again because he knew everything there was to know about football and that game wasn't scheduled until later in the week - he got super pissy when she disagreed with him but it turned out he was wrong, a few of the others had gone to see the game and that was when he had his full on tantrum in the middle of the restaurant. He stormed out.

 

My takeaway lessons from this...

1. Don't say the 'S' word unless you're doing it to wind them up. devil

2. Don't bother asking them what club they support - assuming you even care, it's like that joke about vegetarians, they'll tell you soon enough.

3. They can be highly strung people, easily offended.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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icnif77:

3. ... quickly offended .. That's booze's effect, IMO. 

 

But, I had nice and lively experience with all Celts and Scotts in Fla., and I miss them all. Fairly large community in Ft. Lauderdale with some 10 - 15 pubs and eateries run by the Irish in the wider area.

 

Was introduced once to a British fellow with:

 

"This in Mar. He is from S ..(my country's name) Republican Army ..."  

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Stiggs:

Yeah for sure, that guy was a bit of a 'special' case I think.

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