SIPG

AcronymDefinition
SIPGShanghai International Port Group
SIPGSymmetric Interior Penalty Galerkin (mathematics)
SIPGSignal and Image Processing Group (various locations)
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Mizunuma's cheeky free kick routine put the hosts ahead just before half-time and he volleyed a stunning winner on 65 minutes, after Wu Lei had briefly put SIPG level.
Eriksson was within a whisker of winning the Chinese Super League in his first season with Shanghai SIPG but a last-day win wasn't enough as Guangzhou Evergrande, managed by ex-Chelsea boss Luiz Felipe Scolari, clinched their fifth successive title.
The disposal of the stake in Shanghai Mingding is to meet the requirements of SIPG s strategic development and enhance the group s overall business interest.
China is already attracting star players - Shanghai SIPG paid Zenit St Petersburg PS46million for Brazil forward Hulk - hopes to host a World Cup, possibly as soon as 2026, and is buying into clubs right across Europe.
SIPG is the exclusive operator of all of the public terminals in the Port of Shanghai, the world s busiest container port.
Shanghai SIPG, coached by Sven Goran Eriksson were also in the running for the title if they had lost to Beijing Guoan.
Question marks had surrounded Emenike's ability to replace Ghanaian three-time league top scorer Asamoah Gyan, who left for China's Shanghai SIPG this summer, but after this performance Dalic spoke to quell the comparisons.
Chinese clubs Shanghai SIPG and Jiangsu Suning both offered Toure deals in excess of PS300,000 a week.
Former England boss Eriksson, now in charge of Shanghai SIPG, believes Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi could also go to China.
This includes former Al Ain striker, Asamoah Gyan, who has continued his prolific form for his country Ghana and new side Shanghai SIPG after plundering an astonishing 95 goals in 81 games for the Arabian Gulf League champions.
You can't take away the fact that money is the primary factor," said the former England manager, paid PS15m-a-year after tax as boss of Shanghai SIPG.
Ghanaian striker Gyan, 29, finished top scorer in the Arabian Gulf League for three consecutive seasons from 2011-12 to 2013-14 with a tally of 95 goals in 83 appearances for Al Ain before joining Chinese Super League side Shanghai SIPG this summer.