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Mao Jianqing

Mao Jianqing
毛剑卿
Personal information
Date of birth (1986-08-08) August 8, 1986
Place of birth Shanghai, China
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Winger, Striker
Club information
Current team
Shijiazhuang Ever Bright
Number 7
Youth career
2000 - 2001 Shanghai Cable 02
2002 - 2003 Shanghai Shenhua
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2004-2009 Shanghai Shenhua 74 (7)
2009 Shenzhen Asia Travel (loan) 11 (2)
2010-2011 Shaanxi Chanba 31 (5)
2011 Hangzhou Greentown (loan) 11 (2)
2012-2014 Beijing Guoan 18 (1)
2013 Shanghai Shenxin (loan) 9 (2)
2014 Qingdao Jonoon (loan) 22 (6)
2015- Shijiazhuang Ever Bright 14 (3)
National team
2006- China 9 (2)

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 28 June 2015.
† Appearances (goals)

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 4 July 2012

Máo Jiànqīng (simplified Chinese: 毛剑卿; traditional Chinese: 毛劍卿; pinyin: Máo Jiànqīng; born August 8, 1986) is a Chinese international football player. He currently plays for Chinese Super League club Shijiazhuang Ever Bright.

Contents

  • Club career 1
  • International career 2
  • Off-the-field controversies 3
  • Career statistics 4
    • Club career statistics 4.1
    • International goals 4.2
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Club career

Mao Jianqing started his professional football career in 2004 with Shanghai Shenhua after graduating from their youth team. In his first season for Shanghai Shenhua he played in four league games, however he would not score his first goal and establish himself for Shanghai until the 2006 season where he was a significant part of the team that came second in the Chinese Super League.[1] The following seasons saw his speed, strength, confidence, strong shot and intelligent ball control make him one not only the club's first choice winger but also the national team, until his public assault charge saw him dropped from the team. While he would regain his place within the team he would still be loaned out to Shenzhen Asia Travel and then eventually a permanent transfer to Shaanxi Chanba on 12 February 2010. He was loaned out to Hangzhou Greentown and later transferred to Beijing Guoan in 2012. He was loan to Shanghai Shenxin in July 2013. In February 2014, Mao was loaned to Qingdao Jonoon until the end of 2014 season.[2]

On 26 January 2015, Mao transferred to fellow Chinese Super League side Shijiazhuang Ever Bright.[3]

International career

His strength, speed and effective wing play saw him called up to the under-23 squad to play Football at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, however he missed the tournament due to injury. Mao Jianqing would still go on to join the senior team and made his debut against Palestine in a 2-0 win on October 11, 2006 where he also scored to send them to the China to the 2007 AFC Asian Cup finals.[4] Under the Head coach Zhu Guanghu he became a highly rated prospect within the Chinese team and started as their first choice left-winger within the Asian Cup Cup tournament. Within that campaign he started in all of China's games where they were knocked out in the group stages and scored his only goal of the tournament against Iran in their 2-2 draw.[5]

Off-the-field controversies

In December 2008 Mao Jianqing was arrested for his involvement in a bloody restaurant brawl in the city where a local man was beaten and two women were hurt. The fight started in an apparent fit of jealousy over a woman and came hours after Shanghai Shenhua team suffered a disappointing tie that cost them the league title. After being held in custody for one week and a public apology, Mao was allowed to return to Shanghai Shenhua.[6]

Career statistics

Club career statistics

Club performance League Cup League Cup Continental Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
China PR League FA Cup CSL Cup Asia Total
2004 Shanghai Shenhua Chinese Super League 4 0 ? ? ? ? ? ? 4 0
2005 4 1 2 0 1 0 - 7 1
2006 11 2 1 1 - 3 0 15 3
2007 23 0 - - 4 0 27 0
2008 24 2 - - - 24 2
2009 8 2 - - 5 0 13 2
2009 Shenzhen Asia Travel 11 2 - - - 11 2
2010 Shaanxi Chanba 24 5 - - - 24 5
2011 8 0 0 0 - - 8 0
2011 Hangzhou Greentown 11 2 2 0 - - 13 2
2012 Beijing Guoan 14 1 1 0 - 5 0 20 1
2013 4 0 0 0 - 4 0 8 0
2013 Shanghai Shenxin 9 2 1 0 - - 10 2
2014 Qingdao Jonoon China League One 22 6 3 0 - - 25 6
Total China PR 177 25 10 1 1 0 21 0 209 26

International goals

Results list China's goal tally first.
Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
11 October 2006 Ammon  Palestine 1 goal 2-0 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification
15 July 2007 Kuala Lumpur  Iran 1 goal 2-2 2007 AFC Asian Cup

References

  1. ^ "China 2006". rsssf.com. 8 Mar 2007. Retrieved 2012-08-07. 
  2. ^ 我不是来混一年的 at news.hexun.com 2014-02-25 Retrieved 2014-02-25 (Chinese)
  3. ^ 永昌官方宣布毛剑卿加盟 at sports.sina.net 2015-01-26 Retrieved 2015-01-26
  4. ^ "China PR 2-0 Palestine". teamchina.freehostia.com. 2006-10-11. Retrieved 2012-08-07. 
  5. ^ "MATCH SUMMARY CHINA P.R. 2 2 I.R. IRAN - AFC" (PDF). the-afc.com. 15−JUL−2007. Retrieved 2012-08-07. 
  6. ^ "Mao thrown lifeline as Shenhua in forgiving mood". english.sina.com. 2008-12-10. Retrieved 2012-08-07. 

External links

  • Mao Jianqing at National-Football-Teams.com
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