Zhu Guanghu (simplified Chinese: 朱广沪; traditional Chinese: 朱廣滬; pinyin: Zhū Guǎnghù; born September 25, 1949 in Shanghai, China) is a Chinese football coach and a former player. As a player, he was predominantly remembered for his time at Shanghai Football Team before going into management where he started off as a youth coach before becoming an assistant. He would get his chance at being a Head coach with Shenzhen Jianlibao where he won the 2004 Chinese Super League title. He would receive recognition for this accomplishment with the Chinese national football team position before leaving on 22 August 2007. Since then he has gone on to manage Wuhan Guanggu and Shaanxi Chanba.

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  • Zhu Guanghu (simplified Chinese: 朱广沪; traditional Chinese: 朱廣滬; pinyin: Zhū Guǎnghù; born September 25, 1949 in Shanghai, China) is a Chinese football coach and a former player. As a player, he was predominantly remembered for his time at Shanghai Football Team before going into management where he started off as a youth coach before becoming an assistant. He would get his chance at being a Head coach with Shenzhen Jianlibao where he won the 2004 Chinese Super League title. He would receive recognition for this accomplishment with the Chinese national football team position before leaving on 22 August 2007. Since then he has gone on to manage Wuhan Guanggu and Shaanxi Chanba. (en)
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  • Zhu Guanghu (simplified Chinese: 朱广沪; traditional Chinese: 朱廣滬; pinyin: Zhū Guǎnghù; born September 25, 1949 in Shanghai, China) is a Chinese football coach and a former player. As a player, he was predominantly remembered for his time at Shanghai Football Team before going into management where he started off as a youth coach before becoming an assistant. He would get his chance at being a Head coach with Shenzhen Jianlibao where he won the 2004 Chinese Super League title. He would receive recognition for this accomplishment with the Chinese national football team position before leaving on 22 August 2007. Since then he has gone on to manage Wuhan Guanggu and Shaanxi Chanba. (en)
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