The team departed from Shanghai on a flight early Monday morning Beijing time, and after arriving at the hotel for nearly ten hours, the players returned to their rooms to rest and the team didn't arrange training for the day.
The team regrouped for the week of departure, and the team went on to practice two days a day, mainly for physical recovery and physical reserve training. In Sydney, the team will keep the intensity of the day's two practice sessions as planned, with four warm-up matches arranged during the period, with opponents essentially the Australian League One team.
Players need to meet the requirements of the formal game physically and technically as soon as possible. After all, after finishing Sydney's winter training in Shanghai, there is only one final week to prepare for the team's first game of the new season - the Asian Champions League play-offs at home to the team in Hong Kong on January 28.
Despite recent wildfires in southeastern Australia, the city of Sydney has had little impact. And according to the latest local weather forecast, Sydney hasn't had temperatures above 30C since this week, and the average temperature of more than 20C will be perfect for the team to train.
The players who arrived in Sydney on Monday, with the exception of a few small players on the Hong Kong Youth Training echelon and some reserve team players, are familiar with the first team last season. Including the team's four foreign aid hulk, oscar, anotovic and ahmadov, and chinese football in the east asian cup injury wang chao.