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 Posted by ESPN Staff
1 day ago

Highlights: Al-Hilal 3-0 Al-Ain

Al Hilal have taken a giant step towards securing their place in the AFC Champions League final after a 3-0 win over Al Ain in Riyadh.

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 Posted by John Duerden
Sep 6, 2014

Western Sydney Wanderers success a fairytale for A-League

Marcello Lippi has had a remarkable coaching career, but even the best know failure. Winning the World Cup in 2006 is as good as it gets, and only he can say whether that triumph was made retrospectively sweeter by the first-round elimination four years later.

That World Cup was, he said, the only thing in his career to outrank the Asian Champions League win of the past year. That is another title he will now not be able to defend. In August, his Guangzhou Evergrande team were dumped out of the...

 Posted by Associated Press
Aug 23, 2014

Marcello Lippi cops one match ban

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia -- Italian coach Marcello Lippi has been provisionally suspended for one match for confronting a referee Guangzhou Evergrande's 1-0 loss in Sydney to the Western Sydney Wanderers in the Asian Champions League quarterfinals.

Lippi, who coached Italy to the World Cup title in 2006, will be banned from sitting in the dugout during Guangzhou's home leg of the quarterfinals on Wednesday.

The Asian Football Confederation announced the provisional ban on Sunday, saying the final decision...

Aug 19, 2014

Western Sydney prepare for AFC clash

Western Sydney Wanderers manager Tony Popovic.

Rarely has a fixture featured such a contrast in opponents. Only a week after bombing out of the inaugural FFA Cup 1-0 to semiprofessional minnow Adelaide City, the Western Sydney Wanderers now have to face Asian heavyweight Guangzhou Evergrande.

Here are three talking points for the Wanderers ahead of their AFC Champions League quarterfinal in Sydney on Wednesday:

1. The almighty dollar

It's almost impossible to analyse Guangzhou Evergrande without talking about money. Since being purchased by...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
Jul 24, 2014

Ding jailed for referee prostitute bribes

Eric Ding Si Yang is facing a stretch behind bars.

Singaporean businessman Eric Ding Si Yang has been jailed for three years after being found guilty of bribing three Lebanese referees to fix a game.

Ding, 32, was sentenced on Thursday for hiring prostitutes for match officials in return for fixing the result of an AFC Cup game; he is expected to appeal both the conviction and the sentence.

FIFA referee Ali Sabbagh last year admitted to having sex with women hired by Ding and was sentenced to six months in prison and handed a lifetime ban from officiating...