Chinese women’s football team head coach Shui Qingxia was awarded the first Asian Football Association Women’s Coach of the Year, but the “Steel Rose” were eliminated in the first group stage of the Women’s World Cup.hangzhou asian gameslost gold, plus lossesparis olympicsUnder the three major setbacks of the qualification, the Chinese Football Association announced on the 20th that it will terminate the contract with Shui Qingxia and his team.
ChinasoccerThe association announced on the 20th that Shui Qingxia will no longer serve as the head coach of the Chinese women’s football team. According to the competition training plan, the Chinese national women’s football training team will go to the United States to participate in the invitational tournament. From 29 November to 8 December.
Shui Qingxia posted on her personal Weibo: “Thank you to everyone who supports me and believes in me. I am grateful for the benefits this journey and experience have brought me.”
Shui Qingxia will officially serve as the head coach of the Chinese women’s football team in November 2021. At the beginning of 2022, he led his team to defeat strong teams such as Japan and South Korea and win the Asian Cup championship. This is the second time that the Chinese women’s football team has won the Asian Cup championship after 16 years.
However, in three events in 2023, the Chinese women’s football team performed mediocrely: failing to qualify from the Women’s World Cup group stage; When Japan and South Korea did not send their strongest lineups, they only won the bronze medal at the Hangzhou Asian Games home games; In more important Olympic qualifiers they had only 1 win, 1 draw and 1 loss, finishing third in the group and missing the Paris Olympics altogether.
The Chinese Football Association said that after the second stage of the Paris Olympic Women’s Football Asian Qualifiers, because the Chinese women’s football team failed to qualify for the Paris Olympics, the contract between the head coach and the original coaching staff was automatically terminated . The settlement, and Shui Qingxia will no longer serve as the head coach of the Chinese women’s football team.
“Thank you to Coach Shui Qingxia and her coaching team for their hard work when training the Chinese women’s football team. I wish Coach Shui Qingxia all the best in her future work and life,” the Chinese Football Association said in the announcement.
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