Xie Hui, born in Shanghai, China on February 14, 1975, is a Chinese professional football player, a former international player and a striker. He has won the fifth place in the scorer list of the German second league and the silver ball award of the Chinese Super League. He has maintained the goal record of the top scorer in the history of Shanghai Shenhua team (64 goals). Xie Hui also played for three German second class teams during his career.
Retired on February 28, 2009. After retiring, he worked as assistant coach and press spokesman of Shanghai Shenhua Liansheng football club. In 2012, he became the head coach of 95 / 96 echelon of Shanghai lucky star football club. In 2013, he was employed as the research coach of China U16 national youth team.
He joined the reserve team of Shanghai Shanggang group football club in 2015 and was promoted to assistant coach in 2016.
On March 31, 2020, Shanghai Shanggang football club and China a Nantong Zhiyun Football Club jointly announced that former international Xie Hui was officially appointed as the head coach of Nantong Zhiyun team.
During the 1995-1999 season, Xie Hui made 95 appearances for Shenhua, including 66 starts and 25 goals. In three seasons (1995, 1996 and 1999), he became the second shooter of Shenhua team.
In 2000, Xie Hui made 13 appearances for Aachen in the German second league, with a total of 1066 minutes. He scored six goals and was warned by three yellow cards (all of them started and played nine games).
In 2001, Xie Dehui was the top scorer of Aachen's team. Finally, with 14 goals, he tied for the fifth place in the scorer list of the 2000-2001 German second league with van lundt of Monchengladbach.
In 2002, Xie Hui was depressed and frustrated. He played 13 times, scored only one goal, and gradually lost his position as the main forward. In order to maintain his own condition, Xie Hui was loaned back to Shenhua team.
In August 2002, Xie Hui joined the German second division team feirt, played eight times and scored only one goal.
In June 2003, Xie Hui returned home to join Chongqing Lifan club, but in early 2004, Lifan terminated the contract with Xie Hui ahead of schedule, resulting in a dispute on the payment of salary. After many unsuccessful negotiations, Xie Hui applied to Chongqing Jiangbei District Labor Dispute Arbitration Commission for labor dispute arbitration on February 5. On April 30, the Arbitration Commission ruled that yuanlifan football club should pay Xie Hui a total of 4 million yuan in wages, compensation and late fees. In September, Xie Hui ended the dispute with Lifan in a private way, and Lifan paid 700000 yuan. But because of this lawsuit, Xie Hui has not had systematic training for more than half a year.
In 2005, Xie Hui returned to Shenhua and performed well in the Chinese Super League, scoring 14 goals. In that year, he was re selected into Zhu Guanghu's national team and helped the national team to win the championship of the top four in East Asia.
On January 1, 2008, he was loaned from Shenhua to Wiesbaden Club of German Second Division League. The contract period is one and a half years until June 31, 2009. This will also be the second time Xie Hui, 33, has been in Germany in his career, and he will terminate his contract with the team at the end of 2008 due to injury.
He was selected into the 1996 National Olympic team and made 22 appearances on behalf of the national team, scoring 9 goals.
Shanghai Shenhua Football Club held the "Coast United Cup" China Australia football match in Shanghai Hongkou Football field at 14:00 p.m. on February 28, 2009. Shenhua club will also hold a formal retirement ceremony for Xie Hui with the help of this competition. The meritorious player will appear in the game on that day and announce his retirement to the fans. This is also the first player in the history of Shenhua to have the treatment of "retirement ceremony". After retirement, Xie Hui will serve as assistant coach and press spokesman of Shenhua club.
In 2012, Xie Hui joined Shanghai lucky star youth football club as the "child king" of the 97 / 98 age echelon. Since then, Xie Hui has officially become the head coach of the club from 1997 to 1998. In November 2014, at the beginning of the establishment of Shanghai Hong Kong Group football club, it announced the acquisition of Lucky Star Football Club's 97 / 98 and 99 / 00 echelons. In the past few years, Xie Hui, who has been taking this group of young players of 97 / 98 age who were originally lucky stars and are very familiar with this group of young players, has joined the Shanghai reserve team as a reserve team coach.
Xie Hui joined Shanghai Hong Kong Group football club in 2015 to coach the reserve team. From 2016 to 2019, he served as assistant coach of the first team. For four seasons, he won the 2018 China Super League Championship and the 2019 Super Cup championship with the team.
On March 31, 2020, Xie Hui will officially become the head coach of Nantong Zhiyun team.
(as of 2007 season) 69 goals:
In 1994, he played three times and scored 0 goal
In 1995, he made 19 appearances and scored 10 goals
In 1996, he played 20 times and scored 7 goals
In 1997, he made 19 appearances and scored four goals
In 1998, he scored seven goals in 17 appearances
In 1999, he scored three goals in 20 appearances
Aachen (Germany b)
4 goals in 13 appearances in 1999-2000
24 appearances and 14 goals in 2000-2001
1 goal in 13 appearances from 2001 to 2002
Shanghai Shenhua (rental)
In 2002, he made 5 appearances and scored 0 goal
Filter (Germany b)
2002-2003: 1 goal in 8 appearances
In 2003, he played 11 times and scored 2 goals
In 2005, he played 25 times and scored 14 goals
In 2006, he scored two goals in 19 appearances
The happiest thing is that it can be traced back to Shenhua's winning the championship eight years ago. That young and frivolous arbitrariness has been deeply imprinted in Xie Hui's mind. I'm afraid it will never go away. If it's the happiest thing in his overseas career in recent years, it should be counted as the 15 goals he scored in the second season of joining Aachen, which almost made him the top scorer in the German second division. Several Bundesliga clubs like him.
The most regrettable thing is that Xie Hui is wholeheartedly concerned about the world cup. He even gave up his bright future in Germany for it. He returned to China to participate in the top ten competition and temporarily rented to Shenhua. He hoped to get Milu's favor, but his wish failed to come true in the end.
The most angry thing is related to the above matter, because Milu called Xie Hui to hope that he would come back, which implied that Xie Hui was the main player in the national football team, but Milu didn't keep his promise, and Xie Hui was forced to transfer to FC.
One of the most embarrassing things happened to Xie Hui shortly after he arrived in Germany. Xie Hui was in a hurry, but after he found the toilet, he couldn't tell which one was the men's toilet and which one was the women's toilet. When he saw the German prompt on the doorplate, he guessed the letters behind it according to the English meaning, but he went to the wrong toilet and made a fool of himself.
The most frustrating thing is that Xie Hui has been injured three times in a row this season, so he can only sit on the bench for a long time. Especially in the late stage of the league, feirt rekindled the hope of promotion, but he still can't fight.
The most difficult period of time was when he was on loan to Shenhua. He thought he was the absolute main force, but he couldn't be reused. Then he made a lot of trouble in his transfer. He had no direction for several times, and finally he was able to transfer to felter with the help of his mentor, Hamish.
The most grateful person is hah. In recent years, whether in Aachen or feirt, Xie Hui has always been under the coach's care. The second is schlapner. Although the outside world has a lot of criticism on this old German man, Xie Hui always thinks that Lao Na is his guide. Without Lao Na's help, there would be no Xie Hui.
member of family
Xie Yingrui, the great grandfather of Xie Hui, was born in a scholarly family in Hunan. When the "Westernization Movement" was launched in the late Qing Dynasty, he was sent to Germany to study. Among the students who traveled abroad were famous scholar Zhang Shizhao and others. Xie Yingrui studied medicine for four years in Germany, and then went to England. He became the only Chinese member of the Royal Society of medicine at that time, and worked as an attending physician in a public hospital in London. In 1914, when the first World War broke out, he became the chief surgeon of the British field hospital. After the famous battle of Jutland, the number of wounded from the front line increased sharply. The hospital sent several nurses to assist Xie Yingrui in the surgery all night. During the world-famous war, he fell in love with a young nurse of pure English blood named Curia. Soon they married.
After the war, Curia came to China with Xie Yingrui. In Shanghai, Curia became a Chinese citizen, and Xie Yingrui served as the president of a hospital. They put their house in a new style Lane on Jiangning Road, and Ruan Lingyu, a popular actress at that time, also lived in the same lane.
Xie Yingrui and his wife have three sons: the eldest son, Xie Dihua, has prominent genetic factors in England - yellow hair, white skin, blue eyes and high nose. Later, he worked as a sheriff in the Shanghai British concession police station; the second son, Xie Jianuo, graduated from St. John's University in Shanghai, went to the University of Hong Kong as the director of the Department of biology, and finally became a doctor in Los Angeles after his father's career; and the third son, Xie Baide, is a doctor in science He is a researcher in silicate superconductivity at the University of Houston, California. Xie Dihua, Xie Hui's grandfather, has a more bizarre experience.
Xie Dihua is tall and burly, full of compassion and justice. During the Japanese occupation of Shanghai, due to
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