Saturday, January 31, 2015

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COMMENT: Australia wrote a new chapter in their football history in dramatic fashion by beating South Korea in the Asian Cup final. So what did we learn from the game?

Friday, January 30, 2015

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Ange Postecoglou and his players have plenty of factors counting in their favour as they seek to respond to defeat at the hands of South Korea earlier in the tournament

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The club dropped out of Japan's top division following their shock relegation last season, but one of their former players is expecting a swift upturn in fortunes

Thursday, January 29, 2015

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SPECIAL REPORT: With the deadline approaching for candidates to submit their applications, Goal takes a look at the six hopefuls for the most influential role in football

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Mahdi Ali hopes is hoping that his team will employ the lessons learned from their semi-final loss to Australia in order to overcome the Lions of Mesopotamia in Newcastle

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

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The host nation will face South Korea in the tournament decider after overcoming Mahdi Ali's men thanks to early goals from defensive duo Trent Sainsbury and Jason Davidson

Monday, January 26, 2015

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The Japan international says that dropping down to J2 could prove beneficial, particularly for his old side's younger players, but only if lessons are learned

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The East Asian nation took the lead 20 minutes into the match through Lee Jung-hyub before Kim Young-gwon doubled the total shortly after half-time

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The Fifa president says Europe's governing body needs to be courageous and announce a candidate or leave him to get on with the job of leading world football

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The Socceroos regularly struggled against the East Asian team in recent years, but the side that eliminated them will not rollover for the home nation

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The 37-year-old is hoping to move into an ambassadorial role with Juventus, where he spent the best years of his playing career

Sunday, January 25, 2015

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Carlos Queiroz's side claimed Iraq midfielder Alaa Abdul Zahrah Khashen Al-Azzawi was ineligible after being knocked out by their fierce rivals in the Asian Cup quarter-finals

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The threat of disqualification loomed temporarily over the designated away team, but they have retained their spot in the last four of the Asian Cup

Saturday, January 24, 2015