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Stielike seeks to close gap - ESPN FC (blog)
ESPN FC (blog)
Uli Stielike's South Korea face Spain this week amid a strong run of form since losing the Asian Cup final. "It's important to keep our philosophy of football and mindset. Spain and the Czech Republic could show better techniques than us on the pitch ...and more »
Socceroos legend Tim Cahill on football & family - The Weekly Review
The Weekly Review
Tim Cahill during the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Photo: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images. Since then he has represented Australia in the 2004 Olympic Games, three FIFA World Cups and three AFC Asian Cups. He was part of the team that won the Asian Cup in 2015.and more »
About AFC Asian Cup
The AFC Asian Cup is held every four years. The current edition of the AFC Asia Cup is Australia 2015 and will run from January 9-31, 2015. The previous champion from the 2011 competition is Japan. The new champion will be crowned the Asian Football Champion and is automatically entered into the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, which is to be hosted by Russia, one year before the Russia World Cup 2018. This year's tournament will involve 16 teams and 32 exciting matches.