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Chinese women's league plans to import players

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BEIJING, March 13 (Reuters) - The Chinese Football Association (CFA) plans to strengthen its elite women's Super League with the addition of 12 foreign players later this year.

The CFA said on Wednesday that each of the six top sides in the 14-team national league would be able to pick two of these 12 imported players, the Gaungzhou-based Yangcheng Evening newspaper reported.

The national league season will be played from March 25 until May 19 and the six top ranking teams would then go on to play in a Super League from June 29 to August 24.

The CFA would be responsible for picking the 12 foreign players, the newspaper said.

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