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Australia needs to improve 'mental aspect' of the game - Graham Arnold

ESPN's Stephanie Brantz recaps Australia's World Cup journey and looks ahead to what's next for the Socceroos.
Stephanie Brantz chats with Australia fans following their defeat against Peru in their Group C finale.

New Socceroos coach Graham Arnold believes the national team's goal-scoring woes can be solved between the ears.

Speaking for the first time since succeeding Bert van Marwijk in the top job, Arnold paid tribute to Australia for giving a "good account" of themselves at the World Cup in Russia, but also said he expected better things to come now that he is in charge.

The Socceroos failed to score from open play in their three matches against France, Denmark and Peru, with their only two goals coming...

 By John Duerden

South Korea warn media against manager speculation; Louis van Gaal, Andre Villas-Boas linked

From best moment to the best coach, Kasey Keller and Ross Dyer pick what stood out most for them from a never-to-be-forgotten group stage.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez explain what it was like seeing Mexico fans embrace South Korea during El Tri's 3-0 defeat against Sweden.
South Korea's Son Heung-min scored his side's second goal deep into stoppage time to send Germany out of the World Cup.
El Tri fans vocalise their appreciation after South Korea helped Mexico to advance to the round of 16 by defeating Germany 2-0 in Kazan.
Defending champions Germany have been eliminated from the 2018 World Cup after losing to South Korea in Kazan.

The Korea Football Association (KFA) has warned domestic media that speculation over the potential arrival of big name bosses such as Louis van Gaal, Andre Villas-Boas and Luiz Felipe Scolari could harm the search for a new national team coach.

The KFA announced that it is are looking at a list of fewer than 10 possible replacements for Shin Tae-yong should they decide not to offer the 49-year-old a new contract following their World Cup group stage exit.

They denied making any contact with such...

 By John Duerden

South Korea, Japan, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Australia looking to January's Asian Cup

The Kwese studio panel examine the factors that led to Japan's second-half collapse against Belgium.
Sebastian Salazar and Herculez Gomez explain what it was like seeing Mexico fans embrace South Korea during El Tri's 3-0 defeat against Sweden.
ESPN's Stephanie Brantz recaps Australia's World Cup journey and looks ahead to what's next for the Socceroos.

Asia's five teams are all home from Russia, but January's 2019 Asian Cup already looms large on the horizon.

Here's a look at lessons all the AFC nations learned from the 2018 World Cup and what needs to be done in the coming weeks and months.

South Korea

Despite the stunning 2-0 win against Germany, South Korea's World Cup was a disappointment. There were some positives with the Taeguk Warriors, however.

First and foremost, the team have their No. 1 for the Asian Cup and perhaps years to come....

Chhetri picks his top five: A lucky debut, a possessed team, and a lung-bursting winner

On the occasion of his 100th international game, India captain Sunil Chhetri looks back at his most memorable moments in the blue shirt.

As told to Debayan Sen

Sunil Chhetri's goal was representative of the transformed state of the Indian team.
Chhetri's goal against Kyrgyzstan in June 2017 helped book India's spot in the upcoming AFC Asian Cup

Pakistan 1-1 India, Quetta, Friendly, June 12, 2005

Your first one will always remain special, no matter what. That (match) will always be special because that's the first time I donned the senior national team jersey, and was also lucky to get my first goal.

When we travelled, Nabi [Syed Rahim Nabi, who played as midfielder, full-back...

Chhetri warns India against Asian Cup complacency

Chhetri believes that India's ranking will not have much of a bearing during the Asian Cup in Dubai

At the draw ceremony for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, India's captain Sunil Chhetri appeared to have picked the best group possible for his team.

After all, India's opponents, alongside hosts UAE, are two sides - Thailand and Bahrain - placed below them in the FIFA rankings. It seemed like the latest bit of positive news, as Indian football appears to be in a good place at the moment. The country is inside the top 100 of the world rankings and only recently saw a 13-match unbeaten streak end.

Chhetri,...