Original title: The National Football Team watched the championship to learn the spirit of the women's volleyball team
Article source: Information Times
Information Times (Reporter Tian Zou) Today, the Chinese men's football team will start a new training session in Shanghai. Before the training session, the Chinese football team announced that Wu Xinghan would replace Liu Yun, who was absent due to injury. In the absence of a warm-up match, this training session will strengthen the penalty rules, technical and tactical theories and patriotism education content. The team will collectively watch the popular movie "Win the Championship" and learn the spirit of women's volleyball.
This training session starts on the 4th and ends in September, a total of 5 days. Due to the intensive schedule of the Chinese Super League some time ago, the current fierce battle in the Chinese Premier League is going on, and foreign teams cannot come to China due to the epidemic. Therefore, there is no warm-up match for this training camp. It is reported that in this training session, the national football coaching staff arranged a wealth of training content for the team, including an outdoor technical and tactical training class every day, Liu Tiejun, the deputy director of the Football Association Referee Department, a class on "Punishment Rules", and a senior expert from the Football Association Technical Department "Advanced Techniques and Tactics" Idea instillation" theory class. In addition, the team will also visit Shanghai SIPG Club and watch the popular movie "Win the Championship" collectively. Watching the film aims to learn the "spirit of women's volleyball", strengthen patriotism education, and enhance the players' fighting spirit.
As Wuhan Zall’s Liu Yun withdrew from the national team training due to injury, Wu Xinghan, a member of Shandong Luneng Taishan Club, was recruited to participate in this training session. The 27-year-old Wu Xinghan was born in Luneng football school and served as a midfielder. He has played 13 times this season, including 9 starts. He has 1 goal and 1 assist for Luneng. He is currently in his prime and has completed 200 official games on behalf of Luneng. Appearance record.