Li Tie (simplified Chinese: 李铁; traditional Chinese: 李鐵; pinyin: Lǐ Tiě; born 18 May 1977) is a former Chinese international footballer who is now the current head coach of China. As a player he represented Liaoning FC in the Chinese Jia-A League, Everton in the Premier League, Sheffield United in the Football League Championship and Chengdu Blades in the Chinese Super League before moving into management. Starting his coaching career as an assistant coach at Guangzhou Evergrande he would then move to the Chinese national team and then Hebei CFFC where he gained his first coaching position.

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  • Li Tie (simplified Chinese: 李铁; traditional Chinese: 李鐵; pinyin: Lǐ Tiě; born 18 May 1977) is a former Chinese international footballer who is now the current head coach of China. As a player he represented Liaoning FC in the Chinese Jia-A League, Everton in the Premier League, Sheffield United in the Football League Championship and Chengdu Blades in the Chinese Super League before moving into management. Starting his coaching career as an assistant coach at Guangzhou Evergrande he would then move to the Chinese national team and then Hebei CFFC where he gained his first coaching position. (en)
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  • Li Tie (simplified Chinese: 李铁; traditional Chinese: 李鐵; pinyin: Lǐ Tiě; born 18 May 1977) is a former Chinese international footballer who is now the current head coach of China. As a player he represented Liaoning FC in the Chinese Jia-A League, Everton in the Premier League, Sheffield United in the Football League Championship and Chengdu Blades in the Chinese Super League before moving into management. Starting his coaching career as an assistant coach at Guangzhou Evergrande he would then move to the Chinese national team and then Hebei CFFC where he gained his first coaching position. (en)
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