Following on from the successful report 'Football in China' published in September 2003 by SportBusiness Group, FMMI announce the publication of the 'Football in China Update'.
After losing in Kolkata, AC Milan U18's restored their pride in a hard-fought 2-1 win over India in Mumbai.
FMMI have formalised two key partnerships in the Netherlands and India.
The official Chinese language site of FC Bayern Munich is launched by SportsCn with a dual-location press-conference in Beijing and Munich.
FMMI assisted CCTV5, Shenzhen Jianlibao and FC Barcelona in the exhibition match played in Macau between the Chinese champions and the Spanish giants.
Italian giants Juventus today launch their Chinese language website, becoming part of SportsCn's growing Sportspark project.
Working for China Central TV, FMMI acted as a liaison between China's national state broadcaster and eight major European football clubs for a series of programmes being shown on CCTV this summer.
Zhang Xiaobin, the FMMI managed Chinese soccer prodigy, has signed for the New Zealand Knights and will play in the Australian Hyundai A-League.
SportsCn launched the official Chinese language web site for AS Roma.
SportsCn began online coverage of live European football matches for the first time in China.
The official Chinese language web site of PSV Eindhoven was launched by SportsCn and forms a key foundation for the clubs China strategy.
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