Original title: Condolences to Gao Fengwen! 2-0 victory over Japan to enter the Olympics has become a classic, the captain of the national football team + coach is a lifetime glory
Beijing time on October 27th, Chinese football legend, 81-year-old former Chinese football coach Gao Fengwen passed away today. Gao Fengwen was a member and captain of the Chinese men's football team, and later served as the head coach of the Chinese men's football team. In 1987, he led his team to qualify for the 1988 Seoul Olympic Games and won the China Football Special Contribution Award in 2002!
At 16:17 on the 27th, the Chinese Football Team issued an obituary on its official Weibo: "Comrade Gao Fengwen, former member and head coach of the Chinese National Men’s Football Team, and former retired cadre of the Football Management Center of the State Sports General Administration. Died in Shenyang on the 27th at the age of 81."
Gao Fengwen was born in Kaiyuan, Liaoning on the day of the month, 1939. In 1960, he was selected for the Chinese Men's Football National Team, and in 1965 he was the captain of the Chinese Men's Football Team. After retiring in 1973, he started his coaching career. From December 1986 to 1990, he served as the head coach of the Chinese Men's National Team. In 1987, he led the team to get tickets for the Seoul (1988) Olympic Games. At that time, in the most critical match, coached the Chinese team to a 2-0 victory over the Japanese team.
高凤文，1939年1月，出生于辽宁开元。1960年，他入选中国男足国家队； 1965年，他担任中国男足队队长。 1973年退休后，他开始了他的教练生涯。从1986年12月至1990年，他担任中国男子国家队主教练。 1987年，他带领团队获得了首尔（1988）奥运会门票。当时，在最关键的比赛中，执教中国队以2-0击败日本队。