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Yin Tiesheng
Personal information
Full name Yin Tiesheng
Date of birth August 16, 1956 (1956-08-16) (age 53)
Place of birth    Jinan, Shandong, China
Height 1.76 m (5 ft 9+12 in)
Playing position Unknown (retired)
Club information
Current club China
Youth career
1972–1974 Shandong Team
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1974–1988 Shandong Team 0? (?)   
Teams managed
Shandong Youth
China U17
Shandong Taishan
Shandong Taishan
Changchun Yatai
China U20
Qingdao Jonoon
China (Caretaker)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only and
correct as of May 7, 2008.
* Appearances (Goals)

This is a Chinese name; the family name is Yin.

Yin Tiesheng (simplified Chinese: 殷铁生traditional Chinese: 殷鐵生pinyin: Yīn Tiěshēng; born August 16, 1956 in Jinan, Shandong, China) is a Chinese football coach. Yin is the most successful Chinese coach currently in China.





As a player, Yin was named Shandong youth team and China national under-20 football team. But he have got hepatitis later and he was retired in 1988.



Yin became a successfully coach after he retired. He coached Shandong Taishan and won the first Chinese FA Cup in 1995. He is the administrative manager of Shandong Luneng when they won the national champion in 1999.

Changchun Yatai

After season 1999, he move to Changchun Yatai. They won the champion of second division in 2002.

China U-20

Yin coached China national under-20 football team in 2004 where he coached them in the AFC U-19 Championship tournament where they eventually became the runner-up in that competition against Korea Republic. Yin was praised as a shrewd tactician and for encouraging many members of that team to subsequently graduated to the national side[1].

Qingdao Jonoon

He coached another Shandong club Qingdao Jonoon from 2005 to 2008.

China U-23

Yin became the last minute care-taker coach for the Chinese U-23 team which had already qualified for the Football at the 2008 Summer Olympics as hosts[2]. During his short time as coach for the China U-23 team he was assigned with the task of coaching the team to a minimum of three competitive games against New Zealand[3], Belgium[4] and Brazil[5]. However due to his short time, he couldn't implement his ideas in the team and China were eliminated within the group stages[6].


On 9th of December 2008 he was called as Interimscoach for China after Vladimir Petrovic stepped down in the wake of China's exit from the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification in the Asian Zone [7]. Yin was assigned to coach the two imminent 2011 AFC Asian Cup qualification matches to be held in the 14th and 21st of January 2009 as well as the immediate friendlies leading up to the qualifiers[8]. His reign as coach has been mixed with a loss against Syria[9] and a win against Vietnam[10]


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Preceded by
Serbia Vladimir Petrović
China national football team coach
Succeeded by
People's Republic of China Gao Hongbo


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