Jurgen Klinsmann, German football legend.

As a player, he helped the German team win the World Cup and the European Cup, and was known as the "Golden Bomber".

After retiring, he served as the head coach of the German and American national teams, and coached the Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich.

  Ma Mingyu, the captain of the Chinese national team in the 2002 World Cup in Korea and Japan, once stayed in Serie A in foreign countries as a player, and currently serves as the executive committee of the Chinese Football Association.

  How does Chinese football get out of the slump?

What should Chinese football learn from German football?

China News Agency's "East-West Question, China Dialogue" recently invited Klinsmann and Ma Mingyu to have a dialogue on this.

  In Klinsmann's view, Chinese football is going through a "learning curve".

He believes that many countries will take detours when developing football, just as things always have ups and downs.

But he believes that with more children enjoying football and the improvement of related infrastructure, Chinese football will find the right development direction.

  As a Chinese football practitioner, Ma Mingyu believes that we should learn German football's tenacity in the face of adversity.

At the same time, it is necessary to build a stable and good league ecosystem, cultivate football culture, make football popular on campus, and then deepen into elite training.

He believes that if so, the level of Chinese football will be greatly improved in the future.

Responsible editor: [Luo Pan]