SportsTalk reported on October 15 that media person Fengzhen reported that the Chinese Olympic team is expected to make an appointment with the World Youth Championship champion Uruguay U20 in November. Reporter Wang Xiaorui published an article saying that the Chinese Olympic Games tend to invite Asian Olympic teams of the same age group, among which the Thai team has a strong intention to participate.
Wang Xiaorui wrote on his personal Weibo: Regarding the National Olympic team’s November international match day, some people asked whether it was really going to play against Uruguay. U20? In fact, a warm-up plan was announced at the end of September. The first choice is to strive to hold a four-nation competition. The invited opponents are mainly Asian Olympic teams of the same age, such as Thailand, South Korea, Malaysia, etc. This kind of warm-up match arrangement is also very targeted, which is to simulate the U23 Asian Cup in April next year and compete with Asian opponents of the same age group. At present, the Thai Olympic team has a strong intention to participate. The Thai team even regards this four-nation competition as its first plan. If it fails to make the trip, it will stay in China to hold a training camp + practice competition.
Wang Xiaorui added: From the perspective of the Chinese team, they also hope to compete with Asian Olympic teams of the same age group as much as possible, especially Some West Asian teams. After all, in the top 16 of the main draw, there are six West Asian teams from Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates and Kuwait. As for the Korean team, will Huang Shanhong lead the team to China three times in five months?