Tai Hung-hsu

Forward, Football player

1987 –


Who is Tai Hung-hsu?

Tai Hung-hsu is a Taiwanese football striker. He was voted as the best youth player in the 2005 season of Chinese Taipei National Football League.

In July, 2006, Tai, at the age of 19, was reported to join Chinese side Xiamen Lanshi along with another Taiwanese youngster, Chen Po-liang. It ended up with disappointment as CTFA handed in the name list in September whereas the summer transfer window of China Super League has already ended in July.

In December, Tai was banned by CTFA Discipline Committee for refusing the call-up of 2007 AFC Asian Cup qualification against Iran in October. As a result, he was not allowed to attended any local or international football competitions for two years. Tai returned to the national team in August 2009. He was called up by then Head Coach Lo Chih-tsung and joined the 2010 East Asian Football Championship.

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Oct 4, 1987
  • Taiwan

on July 23, 2013


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