Fang Renqiu (Chinese: 方纫秋; 11 September 1929 – 6 February 2019) was a Chinese association football player and coach. In the 1950s, he was a member of the first national team of the People's Republic of China, and was named one of the ten most popular football players in the country. He served as the sixth head coach of the China national football team in 1964, and later as head coach of the Shanghai football team which won the gold medal in the 1983 National Games of China.

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  • Fang Renqiu (Chinese: 方纫秋; 11 September 1929 – 6 February 2019) was a Chinese association football player and coach. In the 1950s, he was a member of the first national team of the People's Republic of China, and was named one of the ten most popular football players in the country. He served as the sixth head coach of the China national football team in 1964, and later as head coach of the Shanghai football team which won the gold medal in the 1983 National Games of China. (en)
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  • Fang Renqiu (Chinese: 方纫秋; 11 September 1929 – 6 February 2019) was a Chinese association football player and coach. In the 1950s, he was a member of the first national team of the People's Republic of China, and was named one of the ten most popular football players in the country. He served as the sixth head coach of the China national football team in 1964, and later as head coach of the Shanghai football team which won the gold medal in the 1983 National Games of China. (en)
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