What is Taichung Poor Traveler?
The most famous of Taichun’s most famous athletes, Taichang Poor Travelers (TNTR), are known for their fast, tough style of football.
The young, yet agile midfielder was born in Taichong, the capital of Taiping County, to a family of farmers.
He was a promising footballer at the age of 10 and his talent was recognised by the local football club.
He spent five years at the club, making an appearance in the national team’s squad as well as helping them to reach the Asian Cup semi-finals in 2005.
He then returned to Taiping for another season before playing for local team FC Huadian before moving to Guangzhou Evergrande, where he won two league titles in the last three years.
The 20-year-old then moved to Shanghai, where his playing career took off in the Chinese Super League.
He scored 16 goals in the second division, earning him a move to the Chinese top flight in 2008.
Taichung’s team are known as the best in the country and Taichuang Poor Travellers are famous for their toughness and physicality.
The young midfielder has already become a member of the China U20 team, which won the Asian Games and also won the FIFA U20 World Cup.
After a year in Shanghai, Taichi became the manager of FC Huandan and won the Taichuan Football Federation Cup in 2016, and Taichi was promoted to Taichaeng in 2017.
In his two years in Taichi, he won four championships in the Taichi Super League and won China’s first UEFA U17 Championship in 2017, earning the player of the year award.
Taichuans top goal scorer, Taicheng Wang, played in all four UEFA U19 championships.
He is a two-time Taichanae League MVP and has been named Taichaiu’s top goal kicker by the club.
His brother, the midfielder Taichi Wang, is currently a player in China’s U21 national team.
While Taichutans goal scorer is a key component in their attack, Taikang is renowned for his defensive ability and willingness to give advice.
He has become a popular figure in the team and has a close relationship with Taichi.