Latest AFC Asian Cup Features

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Saudis restore Al Johar to hottest of hotseats

John Duerden | January, 11 2011

John Duerden reviews matchday one of the Asian Cup, in which Saudi Arabia sacked their manager.

Taylor: Socceroos exploit naive India

Brett Taylor | January, 10 2011

Brett Taylor believes Australia took advantage of a naive India side to open their Asian Cup campaign with a win.

Asia awaits neighbourly rivalry

John Duerden | January, 10 2011

John Duerden previews Iraq's game against Iran at the Asian Cup - a fixture with plenty of history.

Traditional powers eye return to glory

John Duerden: | January, 6 2011

John Duerden looks back at the history of the Asian Cup, with surprise 2007 winners Iraq back to defend their title.

2011 Asian Cup: Team-by-team guide

John Duerden | January, 6 2011

ESPNsoccernet provides an essential team-by-team guide to the 2011 Asian Cup in Qatar.

Qatar out to write a West-side story

John Duerden | January, 6 2011

John Duerden says Qatar will be trying to confound their World Cup critics when they host the 2011 Asian Cup.

Asian Cup could cause headache

Dale Johnson | December, 23 2010

Dale Johnson examines how the Asian Cup will affect Premier League fantasy managers.

Houghton's India facing acid test

John Duerden | November, 29 2010

John Duerden on India coach Bob Houghton's hopes of survival at the 2011 Asian Cup.

Patience and planning key to West Asian progress

John Duerden | September, 16 2010

John Duerden thinks patience and long-term planning holds the key to West Asian football's progress.

David Davutovic: Australia's got talent

David Davutovic | September, 3 2010

FFA chairman Frank Lowy tells David Davutovic his plan to have an Australian replace new boss Holger Osieck.

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