Lew Dub has been writing and talking about soccer in East Asia since he travelled to Japan in 2009 to watch the Socceroos play out a nil all draw with Japan.
Though Pim Verbeek’s Aussies were drab, Lew was captured by the raucous atmosphere at Nissan Stadium on that cold winter’s night.
In 2012 the East Asian Soccer blog page was created and it continues to this day.
Tony Yang grew up in China and had a passion for soccer from his early years. Tony is vital to East Asian Soccer’s close observation and contact with the Chinese Super League.
Aside from talking and writing about soccer in East Asia, Tony also referees in Australia’s amateur leagues.
Wei Song provides more up to date information on the growing Chinese Super League. Wei’s extensive knowledge comes from his upbringing in Beijing.
While in Australia Wei follows the NSW NPL closely and continues his academic studies.