Mehmet Fatih Kale (born 30 May 1969) is a Turkish Football and Futsal coach, and known for his contributions to the development of Women's Futsal in Asia.
In 2014, Kale established the first ever women's National Team for the Chinese Taipei Football Association.
His ideas on the "Physiological differences between Men and Women" (in particular : muscular system which effects speed and explosive power),
argues that the execution of tactics in Women's game should not be same as Men's game, and new tactics and strategies should be innovated specifically for women.
He was the Technical Director of Futsal Department at Chinese Taipei Football association for a short period of six months in 2017.
Kale was granted Republic of China citizenship in January 2018 due to his contributions to the sports in the country .
Qian Yumiao (pinyin: Qián Yumiao; born 7 February 1998) is a Chinese footballer who currently plays for Chinese Super League side Tianjin Tianhai. Qian Yumiao joined Wuhan Zall's youth academy in 2013. In August 2016, he had a brief trial with Eredivisie side SC Heerenveen along with Yang Chaohui. Failing to pass the trial, they moved to Portugal and joined Vizela's U19s in September 2016. Qian transferred to Chinese Super League side Tianjin Quanjian in July 2017. On 29 October 2017, he made his senior debut in a 4–1 home win against Liaoning FC, coming on for Zhang Cheng in the 73rd minute when Tianjin was leading 4–1.
Maurice B. Clark (1827–1901) was a partner in a produce business with John D. Rockefeller, Sr, along with Clark's two brothers, James and Richard. Clark was from Malmesbury, England and moved to the United States in 1847. He studied with Rockefeller at Folsom's Commercial College in Ohio. During the American Civil War (1863), the two partners went into the oil business. Eventually, Rockefeller bought Clark's (and his brothers') share of the company at auction for $72,500.