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John Duerden specializes in Korean and Asian soccer. John is the Asian Editor of global soccer site Goal.com and a leading columnist for giant South Korean media portal Empas. He covers Asian football for the influential and best-selling English soccer magazine '442' as well as for the Korea Herald. John works part-time for the Asian Football Confederation and contributes to the AFP as well as UK Newspapers 'The Guardian' and 'The Independent' and other sites and publications.
No. Article Date
'For Us, It Was all About Winning'
Interview with South Korean World Cup coach Dick Advocaat
1
Unfortunately it didn't happen but I think we were very, very close and we deserved more than losing 2-0 to Switzerland.... >>more
2006.10.23
Meet Korea's Mr. Football
An interview with KFA General Secretary Ka Sam-hyun
2
It is more difficult these days, even before the 2006 World Cup, we could not get the players together. In the past duri... >>more
2006.10.18
Asian Qualifiers Quiet, Europe Exciting
The race to reach the 2007 Asian Cup is a predictable one
3
The main talking point has been the withdrawal of Lebanon from Group D. At the height of the Israeli invasion into the s... >>more
2006.10.16
Is Asian Football Maturing?
World Cup setbacks may help change attitudes
4
There are small signs however that the setbacks suffered by Japan, Saudi Arabia, Iran and, to a lesser extent, South Kor... >>more
2006.10.12
Success Breeds Pressure in K-League
Interview With Seongnam Coach Kim Hak-bom
5
"It's good to learn from skilful foreign coaches. Someday Korean coaches have to take a role in the national team. It's ... >>more
2006.10.03
Interview With New Busan Coach Andy Egli
Swiss coachs rolls into K-League on a mission
6
With a very un-Swiss like sense of timing, Andy Egli arrived in Korea in July, just a month after bomb threats had been ... >>more
2006.09.27
An Interview With Pim Verbeek
South Korea's football coach talks about his job and the team
7
It's very strange. I was already here nine months and people recognize you and they say hello and take pictures but the ... >>more
2006.09.20
The Marriage of Coach and Team
An overview of Ghaleneoi, Osim, Verbeek, Arnold, and Paqueta
8
The ex-Esteghal boss could be forgiven for having thought that, after Iran's hugely disappointing World Cup campaign, pe... >>more
2006.09.16
What's Going on With Ahn Jung-hwan?
Two months on, the striker has gone from World Cup hero to football zero
9
If the striker -- still revered at home for his ability to score important goals at timely moments -- does not pull some... >>more
2006.09.11
'More Tactical, Less Running'
An interview with Afshin Ghotbi, assistant coach to the South Korean soccer team
10
Ghotbi is unrepentant and insists all the staff would do the same again. "Togo was dangerous from the beginning to the e... >>more
2006.09.06
'We Will Set Out to Win the Asian Cup'
Interview with Australin Football Federation head John Boultbee
11
Our standing has grown. People have seen what Hiddink was able to do in a short period of time and the quality of our pl... >>more
2006.08.23
Meet Jang Woe-ryeong
The Incheon United Coach shares his vision for the future
12
The 47-year-old is one of the most recognizable figures in Korean football, fans are accustomed to seeing him standing i... >>more
2006.08.09
Lee Chun-soo Dominates Asian Cup
Korean striker likely headed for Europe after impressive performance
13
Like most Korean players, England is his preferred destination, but he did let slip recently that he had been approached... >>more
2006.08.09
Verbeek Settles in at the Helm
Korean team look towards Asian Cup qualifier in Taipei
14
"This squad is selected with the future of Korean football in mind," the 48 year-old declared. "The last World Cup showe... >>more
2006.07.29
Europeans Reconsider Asian Football
Eastern tours no longer the cash machines they were
15
There was a backlash at the perceived exploitation of the European teams that would arrive in an Asian city, stay aloof ... >>more
2006.07.28
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