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Gli appuntamenti del 2012

AFC Challenge Cup
a Kathmandu, Nepal
9 marzo RPDC – Filippine
11 marzo RPDC – Tajikistan
13 marzo RPDC – India
16 marzo eventuale semifinale
19 marzo eventuale finale

Olimpiadi femminili
25 luglio – 11 agosto Londra, Inghilterra

AFC U16 Championship
21 settembre – 6 ottobre in Iran

AFC U19 Championship
1 – 17 novembre negli Emirati Arabi Uniti

AFC Women’s Asian Cup
Data e luogo da decidere

AFC U19: Vietnam – RPDC 2-2

8 novembre 2011
Thong Nhat Stadium


Rete di SO JONG-HYOK (31') e KWON CHUNG HYOK (59')

report completo: http://www.the-afc.com/en/component/joomleague/?view=report&compID=421&matchId=4004

Altri risultati: Myanmar – Malaysia 0-0

Classifica finale:

Vietnam 6

Malaysia 5
Myanmar 3
Laos 1

RPDC e Vietnam qualificate al torneo finale.

Le altre già qualificate: Australia, Cina, Iran, Iraq, Giordania, Kuwait, Qatar, Arabia Saudita, Siria, Tailandia, UAE, Uzbekistan, Vietnam.

Qualificazioni AFC U-19 in Vietnam

2 Novembre 2011
Thong Nhat Stadium


Rete di JU JONG CHOL (57') e Autorete di  YE WIN AUNG (77')

Report completo: http://www.the-afc.com/en/component/joomleague/?view=report&compID=421&matchId=4011

Altri risultati:
Malaysia – Vietnam 0-0
Laos – Myanmar 2-2

Laos – Malaysia 1-4

Prossimo appuntamento:
RPD Corea – Laos


Tutti i prossimi appuntamenti

Dal 29 luglio al 20 agosto:
Mondiali under 20 in Colombia
27 luglio: DPR Corea – Inghilterra a Medellin 0-0
1 agosto: Messico – DPR Corea a Medellin
4 agosto: Argentina – DPR Corea a Medellin

qualificazioni Mondiali 2014
02/09/2011 Giappone – RDPC
06/09/2011 RDPC – Siria
11/10/2011 RDPC – Uzbekistan
11/11/2011 Uzbekistan – RDPC
15/11/2011 RDPC – Giappone
29/02/2011 Siria – RDPC

Coppa d'Asia femminile under 19
ad Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam
06/10/2011 Sud Corea – RDPC
08/10/2011 RDPC – Australia
10/10/2011 Vietnam – RDPC
13/10/2011 RDPC – Giappone
16/10/2011 RP Cina – RDPC
Qualificazioni Coppa d’Asia under 16
Group E: a Pyongyang
08/09/2011 Timor Est – RDPC
10/09/2011 RDPC – Malaysia
13/09/2011 RDPC – Singapore
15/09/2011 Macau – RDPC
18/09/2011 RDPC – RP Cina
Qualificazioni Coppa d’Asia under 19
Group F: ad Ho Chi Min City, Vietnam
02/11/2011 Myanmar – RDPC
04/11/2011 RDPC – Laos
06/11/2011 Malaysia – RDPC
08/11/2011 RDPC – Vietnam

3-13 novembre
Coppa d'Asia femminile under-16

Sorteggi AFC

Sorteggi a Kuala Lumpur per la federazione asiatica.
Decisi accoppiamenti per i play off del torneo pre-olimpico e i gironi di qualificazione ai campionati U-16 e U-19 e il primo girone delle qualificazioni mondiali.

Sorteggio insidioso per il play off del torneo pre-olimpico: Emirati Arabi Uniti. Doppia sfida il 19 e il 23 giugno.
Gironi tutto sommato agevoli invece per le squadre under-16 e under-19, che dovranno difendere i titoli conquistati nel 2010:

Under 16:
Group E: DPR Corea, Cina, Timor Est, Singapore, Malaysia, Macau

Under 19:
Group F: DPR Corea, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos

Per quanto riguarda la qualificazione ai mondiali brasiliani del 2014, la Corea è testa di serie, quindi entrerà in gioco direttamente al secondo turno (con Giappone, Sud Corea, Australia e Bahrain)

I ranking per i tornei giovanili asiatici 2012: DPR Corea al primo posto

L'AFC ha annunciato anche le graduatorie per le qualificazioni alla Coppa d'Asia Under 16 e Under 19, in programma nel 2012.
La Corea è campione in carica in entrambe le competizioni.

AFC U-16 ranking (prime 10 posizioni):
1. DPR Korea
2. Uzbekistan
3. Australia
4. Japan
5. UAE
6. Syria
7. Iraq
8. Jordan
9. Iran
10. Kuwait

AFC U-19 ranking (prime 10 posizioni):
1. DPR Korea
2. Australia
3-4. Korea Republic, Saudi Arabia
5. Japan
6. Uzbekistan
7. UAE
8. China
9. Bahrain
10. Syria

fonte: the-AFC.com

Young Footballers

Young Footballers

It is a common knowledge that the DPRK youth football team won the 2010 U-19 AFC, making a record of three consecutive victories in the championships.

Jong Il Gwan, the Player of the Championships

Jong Il Gwan, a quarterback, received the MVP award at the championships. Since he was 9—he was attending the Pyongyang Hasin Primary School—Jong has played football. Even in his childhood Jong was elastic in driving a ball, fast in speed and quick of sense to score, cutting a conspicuous figure in boys’ football games. His skills have remarkably improved later since he joined a sports team. He habitually likes reading and has set himself the goal of mastering three foreign languages. His intellectual power is manifested in his good command of football techniques.

In the finals against the Australian team he scored a hat-trick, a dream cherished by every footballer, winning cheers and applause of spectators and football experts. Jong says it is only the beginning of his football career.

Quarterback So Kyong Jin—Optimist of the Team

This was his first international game. But he fully displayed his forte—keeping composure, quick in circumstantial judgment and infallible in passing the ball.

He dreamed of becoming an able footballer like his father, now a football coach, and entered the Phyongchon District Juvenile Sports School in Pyongyang over ten years ago. His strenuous efforts made him a reliable quarterback of the youth team. He plays the central role not only on the sports ground. Whenever his teammates got tired after hard training, he would cheer them up by playing the guitar and singing songs. He is of the opinion that all teammates should be united in one mind to beat the opponents in games.

Forward Pak Song Chol—a “Dagger” Piercing Through the Defence Line

In the recent games he was most watched after by the opponent players. He was a constant threat to the opponent goalkeeper because of his sudden thrust and bold kicking. Quick thrust into the goal area is his forte. He would suddenly dash not only into the centre but also into the right and left of the opponents’ defence area to make opportunities for other players to win a score. His brilliant activity guaranteed the victory in the championships.

Though nicknamed A Dagger, Pak is a reserved man. He learned football at the Central School of Physical Education, and now is a promising forward of the April 25 Sports Team as a favourite with football experts. It was under the benevolent care of his country and his kind teachers that he developed his athletic talent, which even his father and mother, ordinary workers, failed to notice. So, he is eager in his training to live up to their expectations.

Secret of Success

“Modern football is a coaches’ war of intelligence” is a motto written on the front page of People’s Athlete Yun Jong Su’s diary, head coach of the football team.

At the championships, the Korean team scored 12 goals in all, which means two goals for each game on an average. A player of the Chinese team that lost the quarterfinals to the Koreans said, “The Korean team never missed the chances and scored two goals in the game.” Behind these goals stands Yun who is strict with his players and trains them in a scientific way. His guidance of training according to a scientific strategy and tactics is based on his experience as player for many years. He made it a point to acquaint himself deeply with the opponent team and fully understand the physical features of his young players before he completed his tactical plan organically combining all factors—fullback, quarterback and forward—and made the players master it fully in training and games. It was not an easy job for the players, but Yun’s warm love got them over the difficulty.

Yun says, “In the hearts of our youngsters are the words of our country. This has made them win. And they will win in the future, too.”

Jang Yu Jong

fonte: Naenara – Korea today