Pathum Thani: Pipob On-mo was effusive in his praise of his Thailand players following their 3-0 win over Malaysia in their AFC U17 Asian Cup™ Thailand 2023 Group A tie at the Rajamangala Stadium on Sunday.
The win earned Thailand a place in the quarter-finals alongside Yemen, who defeated Laos 2-1 in the group’s other fixture with the two sides to meet on Wednesday to determine the group winners.
Thailand took a 1-0 lead going into the break with Pipob’s charges turning on the tempo in the second half to seal the emphatic victory against their Southeast Asian rivals.
Pathum Thani: Head coach Mohammed Hasan Ali Albaadani was delighted with Yemen's 2-1 victory over Laos on Sunday, which sealed qualification for the quarter-finals of the AFC U17 Asian Cup™ Thailand 2023.
The West Asians had to dig deep to secure their second straight triumph in Group B at the Thammasat Stadium, with their opponents determined to bounce back after their opening-day defeat at the hands of Thailand.
Pathum Thani: Yemen booked their place in the AFC U17 Asian Cup™ Thailand 2023 quarter-finals after edging Laos 2-1 on Sunday for their second win on the trot.
The West Asian side's passage to the knockout stage - for just the second time in the tournament's history - was confirmed after Thailand defeated Malaysia 3-0 in the group's late match, with the two teams to face off on Wednesday to decide the group winners.
India’s resilience against Vietnam satisfies Fernandes
Bangkok: Head coach Bibiano Fernandes hailed his team’s efforts as India came from behind to finish their AFC U17 Asian Cup™ Thailand 2023 Group D match against Vietnam with a 1-1 draw.
Despite being in control for much of the first half, India ended up conceding just before the break and continued to trail until Malenmgamba Thokchom’s 69th minute strike earned the Blue Colts a point.
Bangkok: Amirbek Saidov was happy with the shared points following Uzbekistan’s 1-1 draw with Japan in their AFC U17 Asian Cup™ Thailand 2023 Group D opener on Saturday.
With the score at 1-0 and the match seemingly headed towards a Japanese victory, Uzbekistan turned the tables with a brilliant move as Ollobergan Karimov's skillful touch found Saidov, who showed impressive composure to slot home in the 83rd minute.
Doha: After leading the Islamic Republic of Iran at three consecutive FIFA World Cup tournaments, Carlos Queiroz is now focused on helping Qatar defend their AFC Asian Cup ™ title and guiding the Gulf state through to the Finals of the 2026 FIFA World Cup. He talks to the-AFC.com about his new role and his plans for the future.
With a resume like that possessed by Carlos Queiroz it would be tempting to relax a little and wind down towards retirement. But as the Portuguese coach approaches half a century in the game, ambition still burns bright as he settles into his latest job with a renewed sense of purpose.
The former Real Madrid and Portugal head coach, who has worked in the United Arab Emirates, the United States and Japan in a globe-trotting career that included two spells as Sir Alex Ferguson’s assistant at Manchester United, celebrated his 70th birthday in March, soon after signing on to replace Felix Sanchez at the helm of the Qatar national team.