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 By John Duerden

Japan, Iran, Qatar keep Asian flag flying after Australia's heroics

Japan notched a 2-0 win over Tunisia in new head coach Vahid Halihodzic's first match in charge.

A new-look Japan took the field on Friday night in Valid Halilhodzic's first game in charge, yet it was the old guard who came off the bench in Oita to secure a 2-0 win over Tunisia. It was a solid result and a satisfactory performance.

The Bosnian, who led Algeria to the last 16 at the 2014 World Cup, had promised to shake up a team that has looked in need of exactly that over the past few months. There were only two survivors from the 11 that started the last game, the quarterfinal of the 2015...

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Japan win in Vahid Halilhodzic's debut; South Korea held to draw

Japan notched a 2-0 win over Tunisia in new head coach Vahid Halihodzic's first match in charge.

Shinji Okazaki and Keisuke Honda scored second-half goals as Japan beat Tunisia 2-0 on Friday in their first game under new coach Vahid Halilhodzic.

Halilhodzic brought Honda and Okazaki into the game early in the second half, and the moves paid off.

Okazaki scored on a header off a Honda cross in the 78th minute, and Honda doubled the advantage five minutes later when he picked up a loose ball and fired past goalkeeper Moez Ben Cherifia from close range.

Halilhodzic, who guided Algeria to the last...

 By John Duerden

South Korea's Park Chu-young needs to find his Seoul back home

In four years, South Korean striker Park Chu-young made one Premier League appearance for Arsenal.

One headline in the Seoul media summed it up: "The striker with three goals in two years to return."

Park Chu-young has signed for FC Seoul again.

Back in 2005, he was the biggest story in South Korean football, a 19-year-old nicknamed "The Football Genius." Now, despite the lack of goals, he is still the biggest story, but everything else has changed. At 29, he has more to prove than ever to fans around the world, in his homeland and perhaps even to himself.

Where to start with the story of Park?

Unfortunately,...

Former Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young returning to South Korea

Park Chu-Young will return to play his club football in South Korea.

SEOUL, South Korea -- Former Arsenal striker Park Chu-Young is returning to his native South Korea to rejoin his former team, FC Seoul, in a move that could rejuvenate his career and boost the K-League's fortunes as the new season gets underway.

The 29-year-old Park was one of the biggest stars in Asian soccer when he left in 2008 to sign with AS Monaco. After three successful seasons in France, he jumped to Arsenal and his form began to slip. He played just seven minutes of Premier League soccer...

Seven candidates vie for Asia's spots on FIFA's executive committee

Incumbent Worawi Makudi of Thailand has many challengers for his FIFA executive committee seat.

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Seven candidates are competing for three vacant Asia seats on FIFA's executive committee.

The Asian Football Confederation confirmed the candidates Wednesday, including Olympic power broker Sheikh Ahmad Fahad Al Ahmad Al Sabah of Kuwait, Chung Mong-Gyu of South Korea, whose family owns World Cup sponsor Hyundai, and long-time incumbent Worawi Makudi of Thailand.

AFC president Sheikh Salman Bin Ebrahim Al Khalifa will be re-elected unopposed, and assume Asia's FIFA vice...