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PSV Chinese website officially opened (PSV.nl)

22 mrt 2005 - Source: PSV.nl

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PSV head coach Guus Hiddink has officially launched the PSV Chinese website to the Chinese television media and print media in Beijing at a well-attended press conference, where the Dutch ambassador also paid his respects. The address of the new website is: www.psv.com.cn.About one hundred journalists had come to attend the press conference organized by PSV and media partners Sportscn. Sportscn General Manager Justin Hardcastle and the Dutch ambassador Karel van Oosterom sat down beside Guus Hiddink. The ambassador said during his speech that he was delighted with this media project launched by PSV. "This is promising for PSV as well as for Chinese football. I hope for a lasting friendship between both cultures. A Chinese youth player may make it at PSV, just like the popular Chinese basketball player Ming is being successful at the highest level in the United States of America. I hope that the cooperation will be wonderful", said the ambassador.Before the site was officially launched - Guus Hiddink, together with Justin Hardcastle pressed a large computer mouse, after which a screen appeared with the homepage of the new website - Guus Hiddink also made a speech. "It is important that we our two nations have bridged and found one another", felt Hiddink. "Chinese football is a future super power in the world. That’s why I think it is odd that they have already been eliminated for the World Cup 2006 in Germany.Football ideas are beginning to take here and China can build a great future. The country plays a prominent part in the international community and an ever growing number of industries set up companies in China. We owe many thanks to all people involved in Sportscn. PSV hope the cooperation will be successful as far as young players are concerned as well. One or two young talented players could make a move to Eindhoven, where they would make a lot of progress. That would benefit from the experience, but so would the Chinese national team. Our South Korean players Park en Lee are direct proof. I do hope this site will be a great success", concluded Hiddink in Beijing.