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The 15th Asian Games
Doha, Qatar 2006


The 1st Round
2 teams Advance from each group

Group A: Jordan - Tajikistan - Kyrgyzstan - Macau
Group B: Iraq - Syria - Singapore - Indonesia


The 2nd Round

Group A: Qatar - UAE - Uzbekistan - Jordan
Group B: South Korea - Bahrain - Vietnam - Bangladesh
Group C: Thailand - Kuwait - Kyrgyzstan - Palestine
Group D: Iran - India - Honk Kong - Maldives
Group E: China - Oman - Malaysia - Iraq
Group F: Japan - North Korea - Syria - Pakistan


Draw: 30 teams; 22 qualify directly into Round 2. The eight remaining teams, who did not participate in the last Asian Games, are divided into two groups of four, and play in Round 1. The winner of each group joins the 22 in Round 2. The Competition proceeds with 24 teams; six groups of four.
 

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[B]Group A[/B]
18-11-2006  Jordan     [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Tajikistan 
18-11-2006  Kyrgyzstan [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Macau
21-11-2006  Tajikistan [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Macau
21-11-2006  Jordan     [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Kyrgyzstan 
24-11-2006  Macau      [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Jordan
24-11-2006  Tajikistan [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Kyrgyzstan
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[B]Group B[/B]
18-11-2006  Singapore  [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Syria 
18-11-2006  Indonesia  [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Iraq  
21-11-2006  Syria      [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Indonesia
21-11-2006  Iraq       [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Singapore
24-11-2006  Indonesia  [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Singapore
24-11-2006  Iraq       [B][COLOR=red]-[/B][/COLOR] Syria
 

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Eh? Jordan, Iraq and Syria need to play a first round to qualify but the likes of Vietnam, Bangladesh, Palestine, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, India,
Honk Kong, Maldives, etc qualified directly! LOL!
 

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What the point of this comeptition?

Will Asian powerhouses like Korea, Japan, Iran and Saudi Arabia send their full sqaud?

Where is Australia?
 

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Pooh said:
Eh? Jordan, Iraq and Syria need to play a first round to qualify but the likes of Vietnam, Bangladesh, Palestine, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, India,
Honk Kong, Maldives, etc qualified directly! LOL!
In the Olympic Games Beijing 2008 (not the Asian games Doha 2006)
We Ranked Number 1.. and In the Asian games we are in the Round one Groups

It's more like...
Brazil in the World number 1 but in South America number 2 or 3???

Any way they says "The eight remaining teams, who did not participate in the last Asian Games, :confused: are divided into two groups of four… etc"

That fair enough… I guess?
 

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dog said:
What the point of this comeptition?

Will Asian powerhouses like Korea, Japan, Iran and Saudi Arabia send their full sqaud?

Where is Australia?
This is the Asian Games.. Just like Athens 2004
There are a lot of Games.. Like Football/soccer, Handball, Basketball.. etc

And no one will send their Full squad.. because in the Olympic games or the Asian Games have rules

All teams must be u 23 years… plus 3 players over age

About Australia.. they Joint AFC.. Asian Football Confederation
But they didn’t join the Asian Olympic Council


The question is…. Where the hell is Saudi Arabia?
I cant see Saudi Team in the Groups
 

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I am tottaly lost.
Well…

The Olympic Games
2000 Sydney
2004 Athens
2008 Beijing

the Asian Games
1998 Thailand
2002 South Korea
2006 Qatar

after we reached the 4th Place in the Olympic games in Athens 2004
we ranked number 1 in Asia in the next Edition in Beijing 2008
so that will help us to pass the 1st rounds (I'm Talking about the qualifications of course)

so Iraq number one in the Bigger Tournament
but in the smaller Tournament. Like the Asian Games we are not ranked at all

just the example I gave it to you
and it's just an example… If Brazil number one in the world… it sure they must be number one in their Continental… so they must be Number one in South America

so If Iraq Ranked Number one in Asian in the Olympic games qualifications
why Iraq did not Ranked as Number one in the Asian games too

I hope you understand… I will writ it Arabi if you want :D
 

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Okay, got it ;)

Most probably teams will take this Asian games as preparations for the real shit. I will watch the Olympic team, there are a bunch of talented players that I enjoy to watch.
 

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Okay, got it ;)

Most probably teams will take this Asian games as preparations for the real shit. I will watch the Olympic team, there are a bunch of talented players that I enjoy to watch.
Jordan will pass the 1st round like walk in the park
But our Group not easy like yours

Indonesia Olympic team play in Holland u23 league
And the Syrian team looks good.. they will send their 1st team

Syrian squad :

Adnan al Hafez
Mosab Balhous

Adeeb Barakat
Abdelkader Dakka
Salah Shahrour
Omar Hmeidi
Mohamed Estanbuli
Bakry Tarrab
Wael Ayan
Atef Jinayat
Mohamed Aobada al Sayed
Abdel Razzaq Hussein
Jihad al Hussein
Mutasem Alaya
Mhmoud Amnah
Majed al Haj
Mohamed al Hamwi
Abdel Fatah al Agha
Firas al Khatib
Raja Rafe
 

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Mussav said:
This is the Asian Games.. Just like Athens 2004
There are a lot of Games.. Like Football/soccer, Handball, Basketball.. etc

And no one will send their Full squad.. because in the Olympic games or the Asian Games have rules

All teams must be u 23 years… plus 3 players over age

About Australia.. they Joint AFC.. Asian Football Confederation
But they didn’t join the Asian Olympic Council

Thanks.
 

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Iraq gives Indonesia six of the best

Iraq cruised to the top of Group B in the first round of the men’s football tournament with a thumping 6-0 win over Indonesia at the Al-Ahli Sports Club on Saturday evening.

Goals from Alaa Khashen, Ahmed Mohammed, Ali Rehema, Ali Alwan and Mostafa Abd Alla (2) gave Iraq a well-deserved victory over an energetic, but technically limited Indonesian side – which finished the game with nine men.

Hendra Ridwan was dismissed by referee Yang Zhiqiang of China in the 44th minute for a second bookable offence, with his team already three goals adrift. He was joined by Herman Rhomansyah in the 78th minute who, after already receiving a yellow card for a hefty challenge, complained too vociferously and was promptly dismissed.

Time after time the Indonesian defence was carved open by a well-organised Iraqi team, who will have enjoyed this confidence-boosting win. Winger Samer Mujbel caught the eye while captain Rehema bossed the midfield and crowned a superb display with the game’s best goal – a curling 30 yard free-kick into the top left hand corner of the net in the 87th minute.

First half goals from Khashen, Mohammed and Abd Alla had put Iraq well in control and a second from Abd Alla, one from substitute Alwan, and Rehema’s screamer, sealed a satisfying evening in the second half.

There was little to cheer for Indonesia’s enthusiastic band of supporters, but its best moments featured right back Zulkifli Syukur. In the last minute of the first half he delivered a superb cross for Tony Sucipto, only to see the midfielder slice his shot wildly over the bar when he should have done better.

Syukur also came closest for Indonesia in the second half when he broke free on the right hand side and swung a decent effort just over the bar.

For Indonesia’s Dutch coach Foppe de Haan, Iraq’s superiority during the match provided plenty of problems for his inexperienced players.

“We had a lot of problems and Iraq was very good at changing their positions and handling the speed of the ball – their positional play was so much better. We were chasing far too much while they were very comfortable on the ball, but we have to learn to play at this level.

“I feel we were unlucky to get two red cards, but it was a really bad match for us. Our goalkeeper Galih Sudaryono and Hendra played well, but the others did not play to their normal level.”

Indonesia’s hopes of qualification to Round 2 already look bleak with matches against Syria and Singapore yet to come – their group rivals having fought out a dour 0-0 draw earlier in the day. But for Iraq, it has laid down an early marker with its intentions for big things at Doha 2006.
 

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Group A
Jordan 0-0 Tajikistan
Kyrgyzstan 7-0 Macau

Group B
Singapore 0-0 Syria
Indonesia 0-6 Iraq
 

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Darn, we got thrashed almost as bad as Kyrgyzstan steamrolling over Macau :D

How good is Syria? I know Iraq is pretty much the only 'real' team from Group B, so it doesn't really matter since it'll definitely be the team to advance. But stil!
 

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Pooh said:
There is a team withdrawn, so best second will qualify too alongside the winner of each group.
good.. so Jordan have a chance... keep your hopes up.
 

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Darn, we got thrashed almost as bad as Kyrgyzstan steamrolling over Macau :D

How good is Syria? I know Iraq is pretty much the only 'real' team from Group B, so it doesn't really matter since it'll definitely be the team to advance. But stil!
well hard Luck Nedvid, and about Syria team they sent their 1st team players
But it's seems they have a bad coach
 

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Indonesia’s hopes of qualification to Round 2 already look bleak with matches against Syria and Singapore yet to come – their group rivals having fought out a dour 0-0 draw earlier in the day. But for Iraq, it has laid down an early marker with its intentions for big things at Doha 2006.[/QUOTE]

Congrotulation for your team Mussav, it's tragic for my team... i hope Indonesia will play their best in the rest of the game.
 
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