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AFC U-19 Championship 2006 in India





Group A - South Korea, India, Kyrgyzstan, Jordan

29 Oct - South Korea 3 - 0 Jordan
29 Oct - India 1 - 1 Kyrgyzstan
31 Oct - Kyrgyzstan 0 - 7 South Korea
31 Oct - Jordan 3 - 2 India
02 Nov - South Korea 3 - 0 India
02 Nov - Jordan 0 - 0 Kyrgyzstan

1. South Korea 9 points
2. Jordan 4 points
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3. Kyrgyzstan 2 points
4. India 1 point


Group B - China, Thailand, UAE, Australia

30 Oct - China 1 - 0 Australia
30 Oct - Thailand 2 - 1 UAE
01 Nov - Australia 3 - 1 Thailand
01 Nov - UAE 1 - 2 China
03 Nov - China 1 - 0 Thailand
03 Nov - Australia 2 - 0 UAE

1. China 9 points
2. Australia 6 points
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3. Thailand 3 points
4. UAE 0 point


Group C - Japan, Iran, Tajikistan, North Korea

29 Oct - Japan 2 - 0 North Korea
29 Oct - Iran 3 - 1 Tajikistan
31 Oct - North Korea 5 - 0 Iran
31 Oct - Tajikistan 0 - 4 Japan
02 Nov - Japan 1 - 2 Iran
02 Nov - North Korea 1 - 0 Tajikistan

1. Japan 6 points (+5)
2. North Korea 6 points (+4)
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3. Iran 6 points (-2)
4. Tahikistan 0 point


Group D - Iraq, Malaysia, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia

30 Oct - Iraq 2 - 2 Saudi Arabia
30 Oct - Malaysia 1 - 2 Vietnam
01 Nov - Saudi Arabia 2 - 0 Malaysia
01 Nov - Vietnam 1 - 3 Iraq
03 Nov - Saudi Arabia 2 - 0 Vietnam
03 Nov - Iraq 3 - 0 Malaysia

1. Iraq 7 points (+5)
2. Saudi Arabia 7 points (+4)
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3. Vietnam 3 points
4. Malaysia 0 point


Quarter Finals

06 Nov - South Korea 2 - 1 Australia
06 Nov - China 1 - 2 Jordan
06 Nov - Japan 2 - 1 Saudi Arabia
06 Nov - Iraq 0 - 2 North Korea


Semi Finals

09 Nov - South Korea 2 - 2 Japan (PEN: South Korea 2 - 3 Japan)
09 Nov - Jordan 0 - 1 North Korea


Third/Fourth Placing

12 Nov - South Korea 2 - 0 Jordan

Final

12 Nov - Japan 1 - 1 North Korea (PEN: Japan 4 - 5 North Korea)

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AFC U-19 Championship Past Winners

1959 - South Korea
1960 - South Korea
1961 - Indonesia / Myanmar
1962 - Thailand
1963 - South Korea / Myanmar
1964 - Israel / Myanmar
1965 - Israel
1966 - Israel / Myanmar
1967 - Israel
1968 - Myanmar
1969 - Myanmar / Thailand
1970 - Myanmar
1971 - Israel
1972 - Israel
1973 - Iran
1974 - Iran / India
1975 - Iran / Iraq
1976 - Iran / North Korea
1977 - Iraq
1978 - Iraq / South Korea
1980 - South Korea
1982 - South Korea
1985 - China
1986 - Saudi Arabia
1988 - Iraq
1990 - South Korea
1992 - Saudi Arabia
1994 - Syria
1996 - South Korea
1998 - South Korea
2000 - Iraq
2002 - South Korea
2004 - South Korea


Winners Ranking

1. South Korea - 11 titles
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2. Myanmar - 7 titles
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3. Israel - 6 titles
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4. Iraq - 5 titles
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5. Iran - 4 titles
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6. Saudi Arabia - 2 titles
6. Thailand - 2 titles
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8. China - 1 title
8. India - 1 title
8. Indonesia - 1 title
8. North Korea - 1 title
8. Syria - 1 title
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GK: Akihiro Hayashi (Ryutsu-Keizai Univ.), Yohei Takeda (Shimizu S-Pulse), Kazushige Kirihara (Kashiwa Reysol)


DF: Yohei Fukumoto (Oita Trinita), Masaki Yanagawa (Vissel Kobe), Tomoaki Makino (Sanfrecce Hiroshima), Shunsuke Tsutsumi (Urawa Reds), Atsuto Uchida (Kashima Antlers), Shinji Kagawa (Cerezo Osaka)


MF: Tsukasa Umesaki (Oita Trinita), Masato Morishige (Oita Trinita), Jun Yanagisawa (Kashiwa Reysol), Masaki Yamamoto ( Shimizu S-Pulse), Atomu Tanaka (Albirex Niigata), Yosuke Kashiwagi (Sanfrecce Hiroshima), Jun Aoyama (Nagoya Grumpus Eight)


FW: Kazuhisa Kawahara (Albirex Niigata), Kota Aoki (JEF United Chiba), Mike Havenaar (Yokohama F Marinos), Yasuhito Morishima (Cerezo Osaka), Sho Ito (Chukyo High School )
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Hussein Jabbar, Mohammed Kabil, Mohammed Kalaf, Osama Ali, Ra'ed Ibrahim, Ala'a Abdul Zahra, Osama Shaker, Wesam Jabbar, Jasim Mohammed, Amar Abdul Zahra, Ayad Sadeir, Ibrahim Kamel, Yasir Abdul Muhsain, Qusay Abdul Wahid, Ala'a Kate'a, Khaldoon Ibrahim, Aqeel Hussein, Ali Jabbar, Bashar Saad, Halkard Mulla Mohammed, Ameer Sabah, Omer Kadhum, Mohmmed Shaker,
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Korean Squard

GK: Cho Soo-hyuk (Kon-kuk University), Kim Jin-hyun (Dong Kuk University)


DF: Choi Chul-soon (Jeonbuk), Park Jung-hye (Soongsil University), Ki Sung-yong (FC Seoul), Bae Seung-jin (Ulsan University), Kim Eung-jin (Yon Sei University)


MF: Chung Kyung-Ho (Kyungnam), Kim Dong-seok (FC Seoul), Song Jin-hyung (FC Seoul), Lee Chung-yong (FC Seoul), Shin Kwang-hoon (Pohang), Kim Min-kyun (JoongDae Buko High School), Lee Hyun-seung (Jeonbuk), Park Joo-ho (Soongsil University), Park Jong-jin (Soongsil University), Park Hyun-bum (Yon Sei University)


FW: Lee Sang-ho (Ulsan), Shim Young-sung (Jeju), Shin Young-rok (Suwon)
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Saudi Arabia

GK: Hussain Shaian, Khalid Sharahili, Abdullah Al Muaiouf


DF: Ibrahim Shrahili, Mohammed Eid, Jufain Al Bishi, Talal Assiri, Ahmed Dalah, Hassan Khairat, Saeed Al Issa


MF: Aqeal Al Qarni, Motaz Al Mosa, Ahmad Kabee, Ahmed Al Fraidi, Mubarak Al Asmari, Alaa Al Rishani, Ali Ataif, Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman Al Dawsari, Abdulaziz Saeed Al Dawasari,


FW: Mohammed Al Sahlawi, Naif Hazazi, Nasir Al Selimi
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Korea Republic brimming with confidence, India count on home advantage: Group A preview

KOLKATA: Korea Republic go into the AFC Youth Championship opener against Jordan, aiming for a treble and their 12th overall title, in a confident state of mind on Sunday while hosts India will be hoping to make home advantage count when they take on tournament debutants Kyrgyzstan in the Group A games.


The multiple champions’ skyhigh confidence was summarised by coach Cho Dong-hyun’s warning to group rivals. “I don’t care about other teams though I don’t know anything about them. I am confidence of our qualification for the knockout stage,” said Cho.


Cho has excellent reason to be brimming with such optimism. After all his tactics will be implemented at the Salt Lake Stadium by no less than 11 K-League stars, including two FIFA World Youth Championship veterans - Suwon Bluewings striker Shin Young-ruk and Soongsil University playmaker Park Jong-jin.


Korea Republic defeated China 2-0 in the last instalment to win the title.


Jordan’s Danish coach Jan Borge Poulsen said his side, though lacking in star quality unlike the Koreans, were not overawed by the prospect of quality opposition. “All the teams are tough and we should not be taken lightly,” said Poulsen. “This is a prestigious event and everyone prepares hard in order to qualify for the FIFA tournament.”


However, India’s Uzbek coach Islam Akhmedov has his task cut out and knows the hosts need to be more than good if they are to entertain any hopes of reaching the quarterfinals. But Akhmedov’s task has been compounded by the injury to key striker Vimal Pariyar.

“We have other quality replacements and they are also willing to make an impression,” said Akhmedov.


“We have prepared well for this event. We not only participated with the seniors in the AFC Challenge Cup in Bangladesh and SAF Games in Sri Lanka but also played a few friendlies against the likes of Japan and Laos. My players are fit and we are ready to make an impression,” declared the Uzbek, as his team went through a strenuous workout.


Kyrgyz coach Boris Podkorytov, however, fancied his team in coming out winners despite the fact that this will be their first taste of continental competition.


“We have prepared well and I am sure the players can show their abilities here,” he said. “A few of my players play in the Kyrgyzstan League, which finished recently, and they are match-fit.”

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Japan wary of archrivals DPR Korea, Tajiks set for fiery debut: Group C preview

BANGALORE: Passion and drama are never in short supply when archrivals Japan and DPR Korea clash and, when the young guns from both teams are involved, one can expect the intensity of the encounter to be a few notches higher.


The age-old rivalry between both sides would have been enough by itself to make the match an edge-of-the-seat affair but the fact that Japan came through shaken yet victorious in the qualifying with a solitary goal win against none other than DPR Korea has added more spice to the Group C opener of the AFC Youth Championship on Sunday at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium.


The defeat had the effect of dumping DPR Korea in the playoff though they made the tournament proper without kicking a ball after an inexplicable pull-out by their ASEAN rivals Myanmar.


While Japan have flattered to deceive no less than five times in the Final of the Asian youth showpiece, the most recent heartbreak in memory being the 1-0 defeat to perennial champions Korea Republic in 2002, DPR Korea were joint-winners in 1976 with Iran, when the penalty kicks decider was yet to be introduced.


The closest their rivals came to entering their name into the record books in recent times was in 1990 when they lost in the Final to their rampant neighbours from the South of the peninsula. Incidentally, this was also the last time they managed to qualify for the Finals.


But for championship bridesmaids Japan, the story could have a happy ending this time. After all, coach Yasushi Yoshida’s squad – heavily drawn from the J-League - reads like a Stars of the Future list, populated by the likes of Sho Ito, Tsukasa Umesaki, Mike Havenaar and Atsuto Uchida.


Even a casual follower of the J-League knows any of the above players can turn around a match single-handedly, especially Ito, whose dazzling ball skills fetched him a trial with Premiership giants Arsenal and earned him rave reviews in the discerning English press, and Oita Trinita playmaker Umesaki, who is already walking tall after making his senior team debut in the AFC Asian Cup 2007 qualifiers recently and set to become a key element of Ivica Osim’s senior team puzzle.


So when Yoshida says that he wants his players to use the AFC Youth Championship to “become better for the Olympics and future FIFA World Cups”, he is just echoing the unanimous view of many.


And, as befits a coach who knows the full worth of his squad, Yoshida has already aimed beyond the continental title itself, ready to use it as a means to an end – a coveted spot in the FIFA u-20 World Cup next year in Canada. “Our first objective is to reach the semifinals and qualify for the FIFA U-20 World Cup,” said Yoshida. “We will target the Asian title only after this.”


Warning enough for the DPR Koreans, and also Iran and tournament debutants Tajikistan who round off the group.


The responsibility of spearheading DPR Korea’s forays rest on the young shoulders of inspirational striker Choe Myong-ho and if the 18-year-old is anywhere near the smashing form which fetched him the AFC Youth Player of the Year last year, then group rivals will have a job on their hands just trying to figure out how to stop him. Cho entered DPR Korea footballing folklore in 2005 after taking his team to the cusp of the FIFA U-17 World Championship semifinals in Peru with three goals in four games. Also in the squad are Choe’s FIFA tournament team mates Kim Kuk-jin and Kim Kyong-il.


The Tajiks have been the find of Asian football this year. While, the senior team wrested the inaugural AFC Challenge Cup, the u-17s finished third in impressive fashion in the AFC U-17 Championship. Now, the youth team is ready to carry on the baton in the same fashion, though they are destined for a baptism of fire against four-time champions Iran.


If Iranian coach Brazilian Alberto Oliviera has the likes of Iran Pro League outfit Peykan player Mehrdad Pooladi and talented goalkeeper Alireza Haghighi of Persepolis among his ranks, his Tajik counterpart Salohidin Gafurov can count on senior team playmaker Ibraguim Rabimov, who scored two goals in six AFC Challenge Cup games, and target-man Kamil Saidov.


Haghighi, 18, was in the news recently with a superlative performance against Saipa in the Iran Pro League when he saved a spot-kick from veteran Ali Daei, immediately putting the spotlight on the custodian who is also a member of the u-21 and u-23 squads and tipped to don the gloves in the Doha Asian Games and the Olympics qualifying too.


What could perhaps make a telling difference between both teams is the fact that Oliviera is a newcomer, having taken over the reins of Iran just six weeks back, while Gafurov was heavily involved in charting his team’s progress through the choppy qualifiers. It remains to be seen if Oliviera has struck a good chord with his charges in the short time he has been at the helm.


Gafurov, who will have a complement of two assistant coaches in the backroom, was relying on the performance of the u-17s to fire up his team and prod them into going one step further. “We don’t know much about our rivals but of course all of them are strong and very respectable,” said the Tajik coach. “But I have full belief in my players and I am confident they can achieve a good result as our u-17 stars.”


While Japan and Iran are favourites on paper to occupy the top two slots in the group and advance to the quarterfinals, both Tajikistan and DPR Korea are perfectly capable of upsetting the formbook.


The four semifinalists of the AFC Youth Championship have spots reserved for them in the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Canada next year.

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Clash of West Asian titans awaits fans: Group D preview

BANGALORE: A top-drawer clash between West Asian giants Saudi Arabia and Iraq raises the curtain on the Group D matches of the AFC Youth Championship on Monday here at the Sree Kaanterava Stadium, followed by the all-ASEAN encounter which pits Malaysia against Vietnam.


At first glance, Iraq and Saudi Arabia look poised for a top-two finish in the group, given their immense strength in the youth department, amply underlined by seven championship wins between themselves over the years. But one would do well to factor in the fact that Vietnam have qualified for the Finals for the third time in a row, thanks to a promising pedigree of youth players, while Malaysia, who are having a taste of continental youth competition after a long gap, will be keen to make up for lost time.


Notwithstanding the extremely adverse conditions in their war-torn homeland, the Iraqis continue to remain in the top tier of Asian youth football - a proud testimony to their love for the game and desire to excel and succeed no matter what the odds. It is worth mentioning here that Iraq have played all their matches - whether it be qualifying or friendlies - on neutral venues, winning hearts with their gutsy display.


A spot in the knockout stage from the easy group again beckons the Iraqis, whose coach Abdullah Abdul Hamid has put them through the paces meticulously, lining up as many friendlies as possible to bind his prots together and give them invaluable playing time.


"We have played a few matches and I have told my team to take up the challenge," declared Abdul Hamid. "The conditions in our country make it very difficult to practise but we prepared as much as we could."


"Mentally we are in good condition and the team has spent a reasonable period of time together in the UAE."


Iraq last clinched the continental honours in 2000 in Tehran after edging perennial bridesmaids Japan in the Final and managed a quarterfinal finish in the last edition in Malaysia.


Saudi Arabia, thanks to their thriving grassroots and youth programmes, have traditionally produced robust youth teams, used to running the rule in West Asian youth tournaments. And the current Saudi squad is perhaps the strongest in recent times to take aim at the title which has eluded them since 1992 when they beat Korea Republic.


While coach Gilson Nunes' squad is bereft of any big-name players, unlike Japan and Korea Republic, it is a model of team-work and coordination which has seen them notch up big-margin wins in tune-up matches before this tournament.


The impetus to strikers Mohamed Al Sahlawi, Naif Hazazi and Nasir Al Selimi is expected to come from a strong midfield composition where Nunes has at his disposal talented playmakers like Ahmad Kabee and Mubarak Al Asmari.

"We have been preparing for this tournament like other teams for some time now," said Brazilian Nunes. "Our team is growing but in this age group I feel no matter how good a player is he is still not mature enough and cannot be compared to high international standards."

"The first match in any tournament is important as it sets the tone for the future. We will take Iraq seriously. They are a difficult team but we are also strong."



Malaysian coach K Rajagopal, however, would not be able to say the same about his team which has been seriously depleted by injuries just before the championship, forcing him to leave on the sidelines five key players.


To make matters worse, first choice goalkeeper Amini Ahmad Tabarani was ruled out of the tournament on Thursday after a knee injury sustained in practice, a situation which will see Irwan Jamil take over the custodian's role.


The Malaysian squad is a mere shadow of the one which successfully carried out the qualifying campaign against Myanmar with main striker Mohd Zaquan Adha sidelined by a serious injury, leaving his strike partner Farderin Kadir, also recovering from an injury, to bear the goal-scoring responsibilities.


"Our preparation for the AFC Youth Championship has been going on for two years now but the injuries have left us in an exceptionally difficult situation," said Rajagopal, who has been tasked with moulding Malaysia into challengers for continental glory.


"Five of our main players are injured and I was forced to look for replacements just before the tournament," added Rajagopal. "Farderin will have to be at his best if we are to make a good challenge."


And, in Vietnam, Malaysia face a tried-and-tested traditional opponent who prefer a similar style of playing - short passes and strong running. The two have crossed swords several times and are thoroughly aware of each other's strengths and weakness. Their most recent meeting came about in the four-nation ASEAN Football Federation Championship in September and ended in a 2-2 draw.

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Australia Squard

Goalkeepers – Mitchell Langerak, Tando Velaphi (both AIS*)


Defenders - Steven O’Dor, Peter Eleftherakis, Matthew Spiranovic, Michael Marrone (all AIS), Sebastian Ryall (NSWIS – New South Wales Institute of Sport)


Midfielders - Shaun Ontong, Jimmy Downey, Evan Berger (all AIS), Chris Grossman (uncontracted), Brad Porter (Central Coast Mariners), Tarek Elrich (Newcastle Jets), Troy Hearfield (uncontracted), Kaz Patafta (Benfica, Portugal), Greg King (AIS)


Forwards – Bruce Djite (Adelaide United), Nathan Burns (Adelaide United), Dario Vidosic (Queensland Roar), David Williams (Brondby, Denmark)
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Matchday 1

Group A

South Korea 3 - 0 Jordan
India 1 - 1 Kyrgyzstan

Group C

Japan 2 - 0 North Korea
Iran 3 - 1 Tajikistan
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Matchday 2

Group B

China 1 - 0 Australia
Thailand 2 - 1 UAE

Group D

Iraq 2 - 2 Saudi Arabia
Malaysia 1 - 2 Vietnam
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GK: Wang Dalei;Zeng Cheng

DF:Zhao Ming, Yang Shanping, Liu Jianye; Bai Lei, Wang Lin, Dai Ling, Deng Zhuoxiang

MF: Cui Peng, Huang Bowen, Zhang Ye, Yu Hai, Hao Junmin, Zhang Wenzhao, Cui Yongzhe

FC: Yang Xu, Wang Yongbo, Yu Dabao, Xu De'en
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Matchday 3

Group A

Kyrgyzstan 0 - 7 South Korea
Jordan 3 - 2 India

1. South Korea 6 points
2. Jordan 3 points
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3. India 1 point (-1)
4. Kyrgyzstan 1 point (-7)

Group C

North Korea 5 - 0 Iran
Tajikistan 0 - 4 Japan

1. Japan 6 points
2. North Korea 3 points (+3)
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3. Iran 3 points (-3)
4. Tahikistan 0 point

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Matchday 4

Group B

Australia 3 - 1 Thailand
UAE 1 - 2 China

1. China 6 points
2. Australia 3 points (+1)
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3. Thailand 3 points (-1)
4. UAE 0 point

Group D

Saudi Arabia 2 - 0 Malaysia
Vietnam 1 - 3 Iraq

1. Iraq 4 points (+2, 5 goals)
2. Saudi Arabia 4 points (+2, 4 goals)
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3. Vietnam 3 points
4. Malaysia 0 point
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