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10 stories for asian cup

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8 January 2015
For the second successive Asian Cup finals stage, there will be no Southeast Asian country in sight. Gary Koh investigates as the tournament kicks off in Australia...
SHARES
14 January 2015
While there was renewed hope and expectation that Australia would do well in the Asian Cup and compete at the highest level following their 4-1 win over Kuwait last Friday, there was still an edge of uncertainty as to whether or not the Socceroos could continue impress on a regular basis.
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12 January 2015
The new week brings on a new set of matches in an Asian Cup that has been high on excitement and colour thus far over the opening three match days.
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8 January 2015
Group C: Bahrain, Iran, Qatar and UAE
SHARES
4 January 2015
Group A: Australia, Korea Republic, Kuwait and Oman 
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4 January 2015
Group B: Uzbekistan, Saudi Arabia, Korea DPR and China
SHARES
13 January 2015
It’s a widely accepted idea that Mondays are generally the worst days of the week. To work full-time Monday to Friday and then only to get those two days off during the weekend to let loose is a tough life.
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12 January 2015
Hangovers, as a reflective old timer on a deathbed will tell you, is often not worth your while.
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14 January 2015
After the stylish Socceroos left Paul Le Guen's Oman scratching their heads and the injury-depleted South Korea edged past Kuwait, FourFourTwo's Shaun Moran took a look at the key learnings from Tuesday's Group A action.
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6 January 2015
The 2015 Asian Cup could double as Australia's coming-of-age in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), nine years after they joined.

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