Jia Xiuquan

Jia Xiuquan

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Jia Xiuquan (; born November 9, 1963 in Dalian, Liaoning) is a Chinese former international footballer and head coach.

Player career

Club career

As a player, Jia Xiuquan predominately played the majority of his career for Bayi Football Team. During his time at Bayi, he saw them win two league titles, his first title in 1981 and his second in the 1986 league season,. He would also personally win the Chinese Football Association Golden Ball award in 1983, 1984 and 1986. After achieveing these honours he was one of the first Chinese players to attract interest from foreign teams. Jia would eventually transfer to Yugoslav First League team FK Partizan where he moved in 1988 together with Liu Haiguang. They stayed in Belgrade for two seasons winning the 1988–89 Yugoslav Cup. Afterwords Jia will move to Malaysian club Royal Polis and then Japanese outfit Gamba Osaka before he retired.

International career

In 1982, he would make his debut for the Chinese national team, however he would rise to prominence in the 1984 AFC Asian Cup where China finished runners up and Jia was personally named as the Asian Cup Most Valuable Player. A constant regular within the team Jia would captain the team from 1987...
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