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Shanghai SIPG's Andre Villas-Boas wary of Western Sydney Wanderers


Shanghai SIPG coach Andre Villas-Boas
Andre Villas-Boas was appointed Shanghai SIPG boss in November 2016.

Andre Villas-Boas is not expecting an easy ride when his Shanghai SIPG take on Western Sydney Wanderers in the Asian Champions League on Tuesday evening, despite seeing the Australian side slump to a heavy loss in the opening round of group fixtures last week.

Tony Popovic's side were handed a 4-0 thrashing by 2008 champions Urawa Red Diamonds from Japan in front of their own fans last Tuesday, but the former Chelsea and Porto boss will not be underestimating the former winners when they meet at...

Brisbane Roar ready to face former star Dimitri Petratos in South Korea

Goals in either half from Shane Smeltz and Roy Krishna was enough to see off the Roar.
Brisbane Roar and Muangthong United have fought out a goalless draw to open their Asian Champions League campaigns.

Three weeks on from his shock move to South Korea, Dimitri Petratos is set for a reunion with his old Brisbane Roar teammates in Tuesday night's AFC Champions League clash against Ulsan Hyundai.

Petratos was sold to the K-League club for $300,000 earlier this month despite having signed a three-year A-League deal with the Newcastle Jets that was to begin next season.

With Ulsan's domestic season due to kick off this weekend, the 24-year-old has made only one official appearance so far, collecting...

 By Jason Dasey

Chan Yuen-ting learns tough lessons vs. Scolari in AFC Champions League

Jason Dasey and PJ Roberts recap Hulk and Shanghai SIPG's win over FC Seoul and Urawa Reds' big win over Western Sydney.
ACL coaches Chan Yuen-ting and Luiz Felipe Scolari
Chan Yuen-ting faced Luiz Felipe Scolari in Matchday 1 of the AFC Champions League in Guangzhou.

You're an underdog team, playing away to one of the most successful sides in Asia. Barely 30 minutes have gone, you're already trailing 3-0, and now you're down to nine men after a second defender has been sent off.

It was a tough initiation as Chan Yuen-ting became the first female manager to lead a men's side in a continental competition, with Hong Kong's Eastern SC facing Luiz Felipe Scolari's Guangzhou Evergrande in the AFC Champions League (ACL) on Wednesday night.

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Jiangsu Suning's Choi Yong-soo: No power shift from South Korea to China

Jiangsu Suning coach Choi Yong-soo
Choi Yong-soo saw his side defeat Jeju United 1-0 on Wednesday.

Jiangsu Suning coach Choi Yong-soo stressed his side's 1-0 win over Jeju United and Shanghai SIPG's success over FC Seoul in this week's Asian Champions League matches did not signal a regional power shift to China from South Korea.

A late goal from former Chelsea midfielder Ramires sealed all three points for Choi's team a day after a solitary goal from Brazilian striker Hulk gave SIPG victory over 2013 finalists FC Seoul in the South Korean capital.

Korean clubs have a long track record of success...

Scolari offers Eastern coach Chan Yuen-ting encouragement after loss

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Eastern coach Chan Yuen-ting's side were humbled against Guangzhou Evergrande.

Luiz Felipe Scolari offered Eastern coach Chan Yuen-ting words of encouragement after the Brazilian's Guangzhou Evergrande kicked off their Asian Champions League campaign with a 7-0 thrashing of the Hong Kong champions.

Scolari's side picked up a comfortable three points in a game in which Eastern were reduced to nine men before the end of the first half, with Wong Tze-ho dismissed after just three minutes for handling the ball on the line.

Ricardo Goulart, Wang Shangyuan and Liao Lisheng put Evergrande...