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AFC Champions League

 By John Duerden

Guangzhou coach Fabio Cannavaro faces first big test in ACL round of 16

Fabio Cannavaro faces his first big test as coach of Guangzhou Evergrande in Wednesday's ACL second leg tie against Seongnam FC.

Fabio Cannavaro was the coolest of defenders and still looks like he could pull on the famous blue shirt of Italy and do a job on the field. The suited 41-year-old looks pretty dapper on the sidelines too though could have been forgiven for losing it big time last Wednesday as Guangzhou Evergrande lost to a last-minute penalty of dubious origins at the home of South Korean side Seongnam FC.

At least it was a first leg of the round of 16 stage. There is still time to turn it around. Cannavaro has...

Kashiwa Reysol hot favourites to progress to ACL quarterfinals

Relive all the action from Wednesday's AFC Champions League round of 16.

Japan's Kashiwa Reysol will look to build on a 3-2 first leg away win over Korea's Suwon Samsung Bluewings in Tuesday's AFC Champions League round of 16 second leg game. The 2013 semifinalists won at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on May 19 thanks to Brazil-born striker Leandro's brace. However, with Yeom Ki-hun and Jong Tae-se scoring for Suwon, the Japanese club will have work to do at home to book their quarterfinal berth.

"We still have the second leg still to play," Kashiwa coach Tatsuma Yoshida...

AFC Cup round of 16: Pahang players denied entry into Indonesia

Pahang finished second in Group G to book their place in the Round of 16 against Indonesia's Persipura Jayapura. Photo credit:

Pahang FA's AFC Cup plans have been thrown into disarray after their four import players were refused visas on arrival in Jakarta ahead of Tuesday's Round of 16 clash against Indonesian club Persipura Jayapura.

The Malaysian double Cup winners had key men Damion Stewart (Jamaica), Zesh Rehman (Pakistan), Matias Conti (Argentina) and Dickson Nwakaeme (Nigeria) sent back to Kuala Lumpur on Sunday after arriving in Indonesia.

"Apparently the problem sits with the Indonesian football association," a...