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The trainer won the 2011 Gold Cup with six straight victories, which was then followed up by a further three wins in the Concacaf World Cup qualifiers.
Already ninth in the national side's all-time wins table, could this be the start of something special for the North Americans?
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"It was below par performance from us, our players didn't appear to be well conditioned.
"Uzbekistan attacked very effectively and won 12 corners, scored twice from the set pieces."
Korea coach Choi Kang-Hee had this to say about the encounter:
"We had prepard for set pieces but we conceded two goals from corners. That had a huge impact on the game.
"We should've done better after we scored our second goal. It's a disappointing result but we got one point in away game.
Regard his charges' next encounter away to Iran, the coach continued:
"I know Korea have not won in Iran but I'll do my best to win this time."
Can't ask for more than that, can we?
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Billu Maestro Tanga @Billu_Maestro11
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I like him out wide myself - and it looks like a real possibility now as we're hearing Gotze and Reus will occupy the flanks with Thomas Muller slotting in behind Klose in Ozil's place! Gasp you should! We'll confirm this a little later...
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Argentina have announced their squad for their upcoming Superclasico clash with Brazil, and none other than RICARDO CENTURION has been called up.
I know! It IS an excellent name! Watch out, Neymar and Co.!
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A talent indeed, but will Jogi Low give Gotze a start tonight against Austria? Our sources say it's very possible, but do you think he should start? And if so, where should the Germany boss deploy the crafty BVB man?
Let us know what you think - not just about Gotze! - via our Twitter @goal_intl or via our Facebook page. Get involved!
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We've all met before so lets get right into it!
Here's a quick recap of the qualifiers completed and in motion to kick us off:
- New Zealand 6-1 Solomon Islands
- Japan 1-0 Iraq
- Uzbekistan 2-2 South Korea
Remember folks, we have Spain, Germany, Netherlands, Italy, England and many more still to come this evening, so don't touch that dial!
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However, Masashi Honda has warned: "Arrogance will be the downfall of this Spanish side."
And one reader has writen: "If you hate Spain go and hug transfomer." Seconded.
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Read more from the 50-year-old here.
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Slow Depth has replied, saying that he sees Austria claiming a 3-0 win over their neighbours. Blazer Ngwanya, on the other hand, is predicting Germany winning 5-0, and Tenjin Lama thinks Mesut Ozil will hit his best form for club and country.
One anonymous reader, however, has simply replied: "Drogba."
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It's an all-domestic squad, but still features the likes of Lucas Moura, Paulinho, Neymar and Leandro Damiao. Not bad, eh?
Read the full roster here...
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"Wales face the more dauting task of a trip to face Serbia and after losing their opening group match to Belgium they are up against it already. Serbia are firm favourites at 1/2 while a draw is priced at 11/4 and Wales' price has been slowly drifting throughout the day, they're now 13/2 to claim three points. I'd question whether Serbia deserve to be such heavy favourites considering they've not won a game in six attempts and have only scored once in that time. You can back Wales and the draw at 6/4."
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"Scotland host Macedonia and despite a 0-0 draw against Serbia not being the worst result, the pressure is on Craig Levein's side to secure three points, especially considering their tough group. The hosts are favourites at 3/4 with Bet365 which looks a justified price considering they've won four and drawn two of their last six home games. Macedonia are available at 4/1 but they've lost four and drawn two of their last six on the road so that price may not be popular with punters"
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"England are well-fancied against Ukraine after their 5-0 victory over Moldova on Friday evening. Roy Hodgson's side are 1/2 favourites with Bet365 while the visitors are outsiders at 6/1 to cause an upset at Wembley. These two teams met at Euro 2012 where England ran out 1-0 winners courtesy of a Wayne Rooney goal. The Manchester United man won't be featuring but another 1-0 victory for the Three Lions is available at 5/1 with Bet365.
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Zengin; Gonul, Toprak, Kaya, Kaldirim; Arda, Mehmet Topal, Emre, Sararer; Bulut, Yilmaz. Can the Turks get their first competitive win under Avci tonight? Only time will tell.
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Estonia defender Ragnar Klavan has admitted that: "Turkey have got a higher individual class. Their team is one of the most dangerou steam in all of Europe, but we didn't come to Istanbul as tourists. We want to surprise European football."
Speculation in Turkey is rife that Avci will drop Tunay Torun and even Hamit Altintop, with Burak Yilmaz and Gokhan Gonul coming into replace them, while Selcuk Inan will have to continue to make do with a place on the bench.