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Colombia present Carlos Queiroz, on contract until 2022 World Cup

Carlos Queiroz was famous in his time in England for being serving as Sir Alex Ferguson's assistant coach at Manchester United.
Carlos Queiroz was Iran's longest-serving coach.

Colombia on Thursday officially presented former Real Madrid and Portugal coach Carlos Queiroz as their new national team coach on a contract that runs until the 2022 World Cup.

"My goal is to preserve the prestige, reputation and placement of the Colombian national team in the world and that will be my first priority," the former Manchester United assistant said at the federation's headquarters in Bogota.

"I want to thank all the fans in Colombia as well as the federation for putting their faith...

Carlos Queiroz steps down as Iran boss after Asian Cup loss to Japan

Carlos Queiroz stood down after nearly eight years as Iran coach on Monday following his team's 3-0 loss to Japan in the semifinals of the Asian Cup.

The former Real Madrid coach had been hoping to deliver Iran's first continental title since 1976 in the United Arab Emirates but Japan scored three second-half goals to send them crashing out of the tournament.

"I think the simplest thing to do is to copy the old song: 'and now, the end is here,'" the 65-year-old Portuguese said, misquoting the song...

Japan ease to Asian Cup final place with victory over favourites Iran

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Werder Bremen striker Yuya Osako scored twice in 11 second-half minutes to help four-times champions Japan into the final of the Asian Cup with a 3-0 victory over tournament favourites Iran on Monday.

Osako headed the first home in the 56th minute and added his second from the penalty spot to help set up a date with either hosts the United Arab Emirates or Qatar in Friday's final in Abu Dhabi.

Genki Haraguchi put a gloss to the scoreline with a powerful run and shot in stoppage time at the end of...

Asian Cup: Iran and Japan advance to semifinals

Iran advanced to their first semifinal since 2004.

Regional heavyweights Iran underlined their Asian Cup title credentials with a comfortable 3-0 victory over Marcello Lippi's China on Thursday to reach the semifinals of the continental championship for the first time since 2004.

Goals from forwards Mehdi Taremi, Sardar Azmoun and Karim Ansarifard combined with a record-equalling fifth straight clean sheet was enough to set up a last-four date with four-times champions Japan in Al Ain next Monday.

Outmuscled by the physical Iranians and embarrassed...

Australia, Iran, Japan, South Korea lead expanded field at '19 Asian Cup

The newly-expanded 2019 Asian Cup that kicks off on Saturday in Abu Dhabi with hosts United Arab Emirates (UAE) against Bahrain may feature some new teams but those contesting the final on Feb. 1 in the same city are likely to be more than familiar.

The usual quartet of Japan, South Korea, Australia and Iran are favourites among a field that now contains 24 runners instead of 16. Only the last of that quartet still have the same coach in the UAE as they had in Russia last summer at the World Cup....