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Arie Haan Joins Persepolis

1/31/2006 goal.com Ex-Feyenoord, Stuttgart, Anderlecht and China coach Arie Haan has signed an 18-month contract with Iranian giants Perspolis. According to PersianFootball.com, the ex-Dutch international, capped 35 times for his country, will oversee the youth development of the Tehran team.

 
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Asian Cup Qualifying: Groups D – F

1/31/2006 Joun Duerden, goal.com Twenty-four teams are aiming to travel to one or more of the four co-host countries in the summer of 2007 for the 14th Asian Cup and claim the crown from 2004 winners Japan. Qualifying begins on February 22 and Asian editor John Duerden takes a second look at the six groups

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The fighting Sailors stop Esteghlal

1/31/2006 Afshin Afshar, lastkick.com The postponed round 18 match between Esteghlal and Malavan was played in a very cold winter day in Azadi Stadium. The 15,000 fans who had braved the weather were treated to a goal fest as the two teams played a 3:3 draw with a dramatic ending.

 
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United urge banning of Chelsea over Mikel saga

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1/31/ 2006 Matt Scott, The Guardian Manchester United have called on Fifa to impose a season-long transfer ban and “exclusion from competitions” against Chelsea for their part in the wrangle over John Obi Mikel, according to the BBC. United wrote to Fifa eight months ago seeking arbitration in the Nigeria international’s contract dispute. Mikel has

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Hosts Germany to announce World Cup squad on May 14

1/31/2006 Reuters FRANKFURT – Germany coach Juergen Klinsmann will announce his World Cup squad in Berlin on May 14. “Until then, the door is open,” Klinsmann told a news conference on Tuesday. The World Cup hosts called up 28 players for fitness tests and promotional duties in Duesseldorf on Monday and Tuesday.

 
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Player to Watch: Hirayama hopes for Japan chance

1/31/2006 FIFAworldcup.com It is probably a case of when and not if Japanese striking sensation Sota Hirayama gets the nod from coach Zico and packs his bag for his first international call-up. At the tender age of 20, the lanky forward has enjoyed a remarkable rise to prominence since joining Dutch club Heracles Almelo last

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Tunisia eyeing success, European-style

1/30/2006 FIFAworldcup.com Tough, well balanced and tactically aware, Roger Lemerre’s Tunisia are the team employing the most ‘European’ style of football at the CAF African Cup of Nations finals. The origins of that style, and their success, can be traced back to 1994, when as embarrassed hosts they were knocked out in the first round

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Angola opportunity thrills Abreu

1/30/2006 FIFAworldcup.com Marco Abreu was last in Angola when he was a toddler, but the defender from the Portuguese second division hopes to be the answer to a crisis in the FIFA World Cupâ„¢ finalists’ defence.

 
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