COACH PROFILE

China

Di Anhe

 

 
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A former Chinese international, Di Anhe started his coaching career with the Jiangsu club in 1985. In 1993, Di was invited to coach the Pakistan national team and led the side to win the South Asian Games in the same year. Afterwards, Di returned to his homeland and became head coach of the Chinese national youth team in 1996.

In 1997, he rejoined the Chinese national team as assistant coach to Wang Jiawei. Then he won the Bangkok Asian Games championship in 1998 and the Asian Championship in 1999 with the team. Early in 2001, Di succeeded Wang to take the helm of the national side. He started rebuilding the team after the 2001 Asian Championship by replacing most of the veterans with promising newcomers.

The Chinese team had a disappointing year in 2002 while the young players accumulated some international experience. However, Di led China to second place at the 2003 Asian Championship and tenth at the World Cup in the same year.
 



Percentage of Wins

China Total Matches Matches Won Matches Lost Wins %
12 4 8 33.33