Asian Cup wide open after coaching changes

Only six of the 16 teams in the tournament that starts on Jan. 9 in Melbourne have the same coach they started the year with.

With the start of the Asian Cup only weeks away, a wide-open tournament has become even more unpredictable after a rash of coach firings in recent months left many of the top teams in disarray.

Only six of the 16 teams in the tournament that starts on Jan. 9 in Melbourne have the same coach they started the year with.

Japan and South Korea appointed new coaches following dismal World Cup campaigns that saw both finish last in their groups.
 
 
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Source News: Alarabiya
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