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Asian player of the year Abdelkarim Hassan banned 5 months for ref spat

Abdelkarim Hassan led Al Sadd to a Qatari title last season.

Asia's reigning player of the year has been banned for five months for confronting a referee in the Asian Champions League semifinals.

The Asian Football Confederation banned Abdelkarim Hassan, the left-back of Qatari champion Al Sadd, from all their club competitions until March 20 -- a punishment of just three matches overall.

FIFA said Hassan will be able to play at the Club World Cup in Qatar in December, which will include Al Sadd. He can also play in domestic games.

Hassan reacted aggressively,...

 By AAP

Kevin Muscat bows out of Melbourne Victory with loss to Sanfrecce Hiroshima

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Kevin Muscat's reign at Melbourne Victory is over, the club legend taking leave from his coaching tenure with a 3-1 loss to Sanfrecce Hirosima in the AFC Champions League.

On an eerie night at AAMI Park, the A-League powerhouses said farewell to Muscat, captain Carl Valeri and marquee Keisuke Honda.

There was plenty of love from the crowd of 6,053, which sang and cheered for their departing trio. But in keeping with Victory's unfortunate campaign in Asia, they were undone by two world-class goals.

For...

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Youthful Sydney FC side thrashed by Kawasaki Frontale

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A second-string Sydney FC side bearing no resemblance to their A-League Grand Final-winning team lost 4-0 at home to Japan's Kawasaki Frontale, in their last AFC Champions League group game.

The Sky Blues, who had no chance of making the knockout stage, didn't field any of the side that started Sunday's domestic season decider against Perth Glory at Optus Stadium.

"I asked if they wanted to be on the bench, a couple of them, the answer was no," Sydney coach Steve Corica said with a smile after Tuesday...

Why is the A-League's record in Asia so poor?

Melbourne Victory's 4-0 loss to Daegu FC on Wednesday night was a game that meant nothing, but meant everything.

With an A-League semifinal against Sydney FC beckoning and Kevin Muscat's side already eliminated from the AFC Champions League, it was justifiable to take 15 players -- mostly from the youth ranks -- to South Korea.

In isolation, the result could be deemed tough to take, but inconsequential. The points may not have mattered, but in football one can learn from every game.

There was something...

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Melbourne Victory's AFC Champions League hopes ended by Daegu

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Melbourne Victory lost 4-0 to Daegu FC to confirm their Asian Champions League fate.

Victory, who sent a second-string side to South Korea as they focus on Sunday's A-League semifinal, were on track to be honourable losers until a late flurry.

Edgar, Jeong Tae-wook, Kim Dae-won and Jung Seon-ho scored the goals to give the South Korean side a comfortable win on Wednesday and condemn Victory to a last-placed finish in their group.

Given Victory's young squad in action, it was no surprise.

Muscat handed...