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AFC Asian Cup Qatar 2011

Discussion in 'National Teams' started by GRAND BLEU, 24 April 2010.

  1. GRAND BLEU

    GRAND BLEU Banned

    22 February 2009
    Suwon, Korea Republic
    Suwon Bluewings & Man Utd
    Last edited: 22 January 2011
  2. WEtongelre

    WEtongelre Champions League

    17 February 2006
    Eindhoven
    Galatasaray
    Who will win it? Japan, Australia, or South Korea?
     
  3. GRAND BLEU

    GRAND BLEU Banned

    22 February 2009
    Suwon, Korea Republic
    Suwon Bluewings & Man Utd
    Korea Republic will be the Champion!
     
  4. ss4_goku

    ss4_goku Premiership

    26 May 2004
    Hong Kong / Toronto
    Man Utd
    I'd go with Japan winning it this year.

    And I like how the groups are quite even...so, the favourites should advance without too much trouble.
     
  5. MASTER - w11

    MASTER - w11 Avante, Todo Poderoso !!!

    9 June 2003
    São Paulo, Brasil
    Corinthians
    Still don't get that thing about Australia playing for Asia....
     
  6. Milanista

    Milanista Mangiamoli! Staff

    19 December 2002
    London & Milan
    AC Milan
    To be fair, if Australia only played in Oceania, they'd win every year!
     
  7. PLF

    PLF Legend

    2 August 2004
    Yeah I think it was a very good change despite it making it even tougher for my beloved Persians progressing to World Cups or doing well in Asian Cups. :/

    The transition provided Asia with a very worthy candidate among the best teams and is good for Australia too as they are challenged and keeps them on their toes rather than facing the likes of Fiji!
     
  8. b2y2006

    b2y2006 Premiership

    23 April 2006
    Saudi Arabia
    Al Ittihad Jeddah
    Hi All,

    How come you forgot Saudi Arabia 3 times Asian Champions ( 1982,1984,1996) 3 Runnrs-Up (1992,2000,2007), 2011 will be the 4th Championship
    I do not think Japan will do any good in this Asian Cup ...

    maybe Iran, Bahrain have better chances if Saudi Arabia where not in there best preformance :)

    none of the below had a good history with the Asian cup as Saudi Arabia :

    South Korea
    Australia
    Iraq
    China
    North Korea
    Kuwait
    Qatar
     
    Last edited: 30 May 2010
  9. irfo2004

    irfo2004 League 1

    7 August 2005
    yeah I go with Iran Saudi and Japan
     
  10. Hey there

    Hey there Band Geek Mafia

    15 October 2007
    Due Sicilie
    AC Milan, Salernitana
    Whoa, India.

    Seriously, I'd go with Japan.
     
  11. Artem

    Artem International

    9 June 2010
    St. Petersburg
    Zenit SPb
    I hope this year again will win Iraq.:P
     
  12. IceMan_Bergkamp

    IceMan_Bergkamp Total Football

    9 December 2002
    London, Toronto
    Arsenal
  13. El Nîŋo

    El Nîŋo Vive Phalestinoo.Ψ UA07 Ψ

    3 February 2010
    Egypto
    I hope to win Iraq or Saudi Arabia..
    But ... the Iraq players level Lower than the 2007
    I expect Saudi Arabia will take the Cup
    Japan and Korea are playing well in Asian cup, but with Saudi Arabia has always lose..
    but why not qatar take cup?:P
     
    Last edited: 16 September 2010
  14. Hey there

    Hey there Band Geek Mafia

    15 October 2007
    Due Sicilie
    AC Milan, Salernitana
    Iraq won by luck in 2007, and the team is even weaker thi year.
    I doubt they will even pass the round.
     
  15. aujdz

    aujdz Non-League

    18 September 2010
    Australia
    I'd like to see a Japan/Australia final, being the top two AFC nations, would make a good final. However, the Asian Cup is quite an even competition, so nothing would surprise me.

    In Australia, there are many ideas of how we should approach the tournament, with one half with the view of we should use a young squad in preparation for the 2014 WC, while the other half believe we should go with our best squad (but also take some youth) and attempt to win it.

    Looking forward to it, will get a good indication of the new manager Holger Osieck and how we play under him in competitive games.
     
  16. GRAND BLEU

    GRAND BLEU Banned

    22 February 2009
    Suwon, Korea Republic
    Suwon Bluewings & Man Utd
    T90 TRACER ASIAN CUP QATAR 2011
    Official match ball

    [​IMG]
     
  17. Lea

    Lea 浦和レッズ

    22 October 2009
    Srry, this one defnetly is Japan.
    But Japan x Korea in the final will be an amazing game, for sure.
    This rivalry always gives good games.
     
  18. Khangpro

    Khangpro Vietnamese Pes Editor

    28 April 2009
    HoChiMinh City - Vietnam
    Manchester United
    Really sad when our team can't participate !
    However I think Japan and Korea have a better squad, maybe they'll meet in the Final
     
  19. GRAND BLEU

    GRAND BLEU Banned

    22 February 2009
    Suwon, Korea Republic
    Suwon Bluewings & Man Utd
    [​IMG]

    Korea Republic Squad

    Head Coach : Cho Kwang Rae

    Goalkeepers
    1 Jung Sung Ryong (Seongnam Ilhwa Chunma)
    21 Kim Yong Dae (FC Seoul)
    23 Kim Jin Hyeon (Cerezo Osaka)

    Defenders
    2 Choi Hyo Jin (Sangju Sangmu)
    3 Hwang Jae Won (Suwon Bluewings)
    4 Cho Yong Hyung (Al-Rayyan)
    5 Kwak Tae Hwi (Kyoto Sanga)
    6 Lee Yong Rae (Suwon Bluewings)
    12 Lee Young Pyo (Al-Hilal)
    14 Lee Jung Soo (Al-Sadd)
    15 Hong Jeong Ho (Jeju United)
    22 Cha Du Ri (Celtic)

    Midfielders
    7 Park Ji Sung (Manchester United)
    8 Yoon Bit Ga Ram (Gyeongnam FC)
    11 Son Heung Min (Hamburger SV)
    13 Koo Ja Cheol (Jeju United)
    16 Ki Sung Yueng (Celtic)
    17 Lee Chung Yong (Bolton Wanderers)
    18 Kim Bo Kyung (Cerezo Osaka)
    19 Yeom Ki Hun (Suwon Bluewings)

    Forwards
    9 Yoo Byung Soo (Incheon United)
    10 Ji Dong Won (Chunnam Dragons)
    20 Kim Shin Wook (Ulsan Hyundai)

    * Park Chu Young injured.
     
    Last edited: 29 December 2010
  20. GRAND BLEU

    GRAND BLEU Banned

    22 February 2009
    Suwon, Korea Republic
    Suwon Bluewings & Man Utd
    Last edited: 21 January 2011
  21. cfdh_edmundo

    cfdh_edmundo Maverick

    30 December 2002
    Uzbeks were vastly superior to the Qataris, totally dominating them. Maxim Shaktskish is still a classy player.

    Only dangerous players for Qatar were the Latin Americans Fabio Cesar and Sebastian Soria - it's not enough to progress.
     
  22. Artem

    Artem International

    9 June 2010
    St. Petersburg
    Zenit SPb
    Yes, it was good and beautiful game. It is a pity that Qatar didn't manage to hammer not in one ball though they had some the good moments. Also the problem of Qatar consisted that they lost a ball as a result of inexact transfers much and after that received counterattacks on the gate. On the general game Uzbekistan has completely beaten Qatar. The first goal which was hammered by Akhmedov was simply magnificent on the beauty and most likely becomes one of the most beautiful goals of this tournament, well and in the second hammered ball are guilty only defenders of Qatar who haven't understood with a ball thanks to what Djeparov has easy sent a ball in gate of Qatar. More shortly, I congratulate Uzbekistan on a victory and I wish they of good luck in following matches against Kuwait and China. And Qatar needs to try to be rehabilitated in a following match against China, after all when you play native fields, it is necessary to show the best game and to please fans more.:P
     
  23. Stuart17

    Stuart17 OF Edit

    20 August 2009
    Poland
    FC Barcelona / Schalke 04
    I watched this match and I am suprised Uzbek's play. Qatar wasn't have many chance to win. Good opening of this Cup. I'm waiting for next matches. ;)
     
  24. Hey there

    Hey there Band Geek Mafia

    15 October 2007
    Due Sicilie
    AC Milan, Salernitana
    Djeparov is still a great player I see, he had a completely different pace and touch in comparison to all the other players. Nice celebration too :D.
     
  25. MadoxX

    MadoxX Crvena Zvezda

    30 August 2009
    Zrenjanin, Serbia
    FK Crvena Zvezda
  26. Artem

    Artem International

    9 June 2010
    St. Petersburg
    Zenit SPb
  27. GRAND BLEU

    GRAND BLEU Banned

    22 February 2009
    Suwon, Korea Republic
    Suwon Bluewings & Man Utd
    Last edited: 21 January 2011
  28. cfdh_edmundo

    cfdh_edmundo Maverick

    30 December 2002
    Kuwait had a player sent off for kicking the Chinese striker in the groin
     
  29. Artem

    Artem International

    9 June 2010
    St. Petersburg
    Zenit SPb
    Hmmm. Kuwait certainly on game didn't deserve such defeat, in my opinion he has deserved at least a drawn game. After all China has scored the goals as result of a ricochet and careless game of the defender because of which has been appointed by a such a dangerous free kick in gate of Kuwait, which was scored the second goal. Well, judging by this game, most likely Uzbekistan as will easily beat Kuwait also, as and Qatar, and China will cope with Qatar, is shorter in my opinion on go Uzbekistan and China, though everything can be.:P
     
    Last edited: 9 January 2011
  30. Stuart17

    Stuart17 OF Edit

    20 August 2009
    Poland
    FC Barcelona / Schalke 04
    IMO Kuwait didn't play weak. Before sent off Kuwait player they played better than China. China toke their chances and won. I waiting for Uzbek - Kuwait match. It will be great match. ;)
     

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