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Giochi Asiatici: conclusa la prima fase

Gruppo A
Malesia – Arabia Saudita 0-3
Laos – Sud Corea 0-2
qualificate: Sud Corea – Arabia Saudita

Gruppo B
Hong Kong – Bangladesh 2-1
Afghanistan – Uzbekistan 0-5
qualificate: Uzbekistan – Hong Kong

Gruppo C
Palestina – Singapore 1-2
Tajikistan – Oman 1-0
qualificate: Palestina – Tajikistan

Gruppo D
Kuwait – Iraq 0-3
Nepal – Giappone 0-4
qualificate: Iraq – Giappone

Gruppo E
Maldive – Timor Est 3-2
Indonesia – Tailandia 0-6
qualificate: Tailandia – Indonesia

Gruppo F
Cina – Pakistan 1-0
qualificate: RPDC – Cina

Gruppo G
India – Giordania 0-2
qualificate: Giordania – Emirati Arabi Uniti

Gruppo H
Vietnam – Kyrgyzstan 1-0
qualificate: Vietnam – Kyrgyzstan

OTTAVI DI FINALE

Sud Corea – Hong Kong
Palestina – Giappone

Tailandia – Cina
Giordania – Kyrgyzstan

Uzbekistan – Arabia Saudita
Iraq – Tajikistan

RPDC – Indonesia
Vietnam – EAU

TORNEO FEMMINILE
Ottavi di finale:
Sud Corea – Taiwan
RPDC – Cina
Giappone – Hong Kong
Tailandia – Vietnam

Giochi Asiatici: la formazione anti-Cina

1 RI Myongguk GK 09 SEP 1986
3 JANG Songhyok (C) DF 18 JAN 1991
5 JANG Kukchol DF 16 FEB 1994
6 KANG Kukchol DF 01 JUL 1990
11 JONG Ingwan MF 30 OCT 1992
12 RI Yongjik MF 08 FEB 1991
13 SIM Hyonjin DF 01 JAN 1991
14 YUN Ilgwang MF 01 APR 1993
15 RI Hyokchol FW 27 JAN 1991
17 SO Hyonuk MF 17 APR 1992
20 SO Kyongjin MF 08 JAN

Substitutes :
2 JONG Kwangsok DF 05 JAN 1994
4 KIM Cholbom DF 16 JUL 1994
7 JO Kwang FW 05 AUG 1994
8 JU Jongchol MF 20 OCT 1994
9 RIM Kwanghyok MF 05 AUG 1992
10 KIN Jusong FW 15 OCT 1993
16 KIM Yongil MF 06 JUL 1994
18 AN Taesong GK 21 OCT 1993

Asian Games: ci sarà Pak Kwang Ryong

Pyongyang enverra son ministre du Sport aux Jeux asiatiques d’Incheon

SEOUL, 05 sept. (Yonhap) — La Corée du Nord a envoyé ce vendredi à la Corée du Sud la liste des 273 membres de sa délégation pour les prochains Jeux asiatiques, comprenant son ministre du Sport, Kim Yong-hun. Sur la liste figurent six membres du Comité olympique nord-coréen, dont le président Kim Yong-hun et deux vice-présidents, Son Kwang-ho et Jang Su-myong.

Kim a été nommé en mai dernier au poste de ministre du Sport et Son et Jang sont actuellement vice-ministres. Kim s’est inscrit pour participer aux Jeux asiatiques en qualité de président du Comité olympique nord-coréen. Le ministre du Sport nord-coréen sera donc la personnalité la plus importante à effectuer une visite en Corée du Sud depuis 2009.

Un total de 262 membres de la délégation nord-coréenne emprunteront un itinéraire aérien au-dessus de la mer Jaune et dix autres athlètes et journalistes résidant au Japon partiront du Japon. Pak Kwang-ryong, footballeur qui joue actuellement au FC Bâle, prendra un vol direct reliant la Suisse à la Corée du Sud.

Le gouvernement sud-coréen et le comité d’organisation seront prêts à accueillir la délégation nord-coréenne en autorisant sa venue au Sud et le vol de l’avion nord-coréen, a déclaré un responsable du ministère de l’Unification de Séoul.

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Si sbatte contro la traversa

Eliminazione cocente al primo turno per l’under22 coreana. In un girone tutto sommato non complicatissimo, la nazionale di Pyongyang ottiene appena 4 punti ed esce lasciando strada a Siria ed Emirati Arabi.

Nella sfida decisiva, contro l’UAE è però mancata solo la fortuna: una partita dominata, come dimostrano le statistiche, è ben due traverse clamorose, oltre ad un paio di salvataggi sulla linea e due belle parate del portiere avversario. Per gli arabi solo un’occasione nel finale.

Pak Kwang-Ryong, migliore in campo, ha colto la prima clamorosa traversa con una magistrale punizione e sulla ribattuta Kim Ju-Song ha mancato il gol del vantaggio a porta vuota. Nel secondo tempo i coreani hanno ancora di più spinto sull’acceleratore trovando nel portiere degli Emirati un baluardo insuperabile (due occasioni clamorose con Jo Kwang e So Kyong-Jin). Laddove non arrivava il numero 1 avversario è arrivata per la seconda volta la traversa colpita da Jong Il-Gwan con un colpo di testa.

Sterili gli attacchi finali.

A pesare come un macigno è la brutta sconfitta di due giorni fa contro la Siria che di fatto ha eliminato i coreani.

 

RPDC – Siria: il commento di Michele

Vista la partita, in quanto a tattica i Coreani erano sicuramente più bravi: in diverse occasioni capitava di vedere il centrocampo fare passaggi precisi e calcolati o triangolazioni che spiazzavano i Siriani. E’ mancata invece la grinta, la squadra generale sembrava un pò sotto-tono (inclusi gli attaccanti che in teoria dovrebbero essere le punte di diamante: oltretutto Pak Kwang-Ryong è andato in gioco con una fasciatura, segno che l’impatto di due giorni fa ha lasciato ancora dei segni) e i Siriani erano al contrario decisamente infiammati con parecchi “sprint” a cui i Coreani non rispondevano con uguale velocità. A far pendere l’ago della bilancia è stato anche il portiere che oltre all’errore per il goal subito è stato vicino a fare qualche altro pasticcio.

AFC U22: i convocati

Goalkeepers
No. Name
1 CHA JONG HUN
18 HAN SONG HWAN
21 AN DAE SONG

Defenders
No. Name
2 JONG KWANG SOK
3 RYU KWANG HO
4 SIM HYON JIN
5 JANG KUK CHOL
12 JON WI
16 PAK MYONG SONG
23 HYON JONG HYOK

Midfields
No. Name
6 RI HYONG JIN
8 RI HYON SONG
11 JONG IL GWAN
14 YUN IL GWANG
19 MUN HYOK
20 SO KYONG JIN
22 JU JONG CHOL

Forwards
No. Name
7 KIM JIN HYOK
9 PAK KWANG RYONG
10 KIM JU SONG
13 PAK HYON IL
15 JO KWANG
17 KANG YONG JIN

Officals
Team Manager : CHOE NAM HYOK
Head Coach : YUN JONG SU

AFC U-22 C’ship: Group B Preview

Muscat: Coach Yun Jong-su is looking to continue the success of his DPR Korea team at the AFC U-22 Championships in Oman but has said that his side will expect no easy ride from Group B which features United Arab Emirates, Syria and Yemen.

With coach Yun at the helm, DPR Korea won the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup to qualify for the 2015 AFC Asian Cup and then convincingly secured qualification for the newly introduced AFC U-22 Championships with an unbeaten record.

However, Yun was quick to dismiss any suggestions that DPR Korea are favourites to progress from Group B ahead of Saturday’s opening game against Yemen.

“We are not in an easy group, every team is strong and we will take each match very seriously,” said Yun.

“All 16 teams successfully qualified for this tournament and each one is here to win the championship, the same for us too.”

The DPR Korea side have some impressive firepower to choose from in an attack that includes Kim Jin-hyok, who was the side’s top scorer in qualifying, FC Basel forward Pak Kwong-ryong, and Jong Il-gwan who scored in the final of their successful AFC Challenge Cup campaign.

Facing Yun’s side in their first group stage match will be a Yemen team coached by Ethiopian Abraham Mebratu, who have both defender Motazz Quaid and forward Yasher Al Gabr suspended.

“We started our preparation for this tournament in the middle of November, so over one and a half months now,” said Mebratu.

“We also played a friendly match against Oman in December. So far, so good and in this tournament we hope to perform very well.”

Mebratu said his lineup will mainly draw from the players that successfully qualified for the tournament as the best-placed third team.

“Our goal is to qualify for the next round and we will do our best to get three points from our first game,” said Mebratu.

UAE coach Ali Ebrahim is convinced that his team’s first game of the tournament against Syria, who were unbeaten in qualifiers, will be a real indicator of their fortunes in the competition.

”It’s key to reaching the knockout stages,” said Ebrahim.

“The Syria team is strong with good players, but our preparation will focus on the abilities of our team. We hope for a good result that will help us with the next matches in the group.”

Another motivation for Ebrahim’s side is that success in the AFC U-22 Championship could bring increased support from the neighbouring Gulf State.

“UAE is not far from Oman and spectators come with results,” he added. “So if we get good results it will bring supporters from UAE to come to Oman to watch the team.”

But before that, Syria will be the Emirati’s side’s first obstacle and coach Ahmad Al Shaar agreed that the first match will be key to his team’s success at the tournament.

“Our goal is to prove ourselves, to prove our team is strong – and to win one of the two tickets to the knockout stages,” said Al Shaar.

Al Shaar’s side compromises a mixture of players from the Syrian U-22 league many of whom will be representing the national side for the first time and professionals playing outside Syria, like prolific forward Mahmoud Al Mawas who plays for Kuwait’s Al Arabi.

“At the moment, no teams really know anything about the opposition, apart from what you see in the media,” added Al Shaar.

“We’ve not able to watch other teams play, that’s not only in the case for our opponents UAE. By the second round of matches the cards of each team will be uncovered.”