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Pim Verbeek quits Oman, calls time on managerial career

Oman coach Pim Verbeek resigned from the post on Wednesday with the former Australia and South Korea boss calling time on a managerial career spanning almost 40 years.

The 62-year-old took charge of the Oman national team in 2016 and guided them to a Gulf Cup triumph the following year and to the last 16 of the Asian Cup for the first time last month.

Oman FA chief Salem bin Saeed Al Wahaibi called an emergency board meeting on Wednesday and accepted Verbeek's resignation even though his contract...

UAE file complaint against Qatar player eligibility after Asian Cup loss

Asian Cup hosts United Arab Emirates have launched a late challenge to get their regional rival Qatar disqualified by alleging they fielded two ineligible players at the tournament.

The complaint adds another layer to Qatar's politically-charged progress to the final of the continental football showpiece in the UAE, which is one of four countries boycotting Doha.

There was an angry reaction from the home crowd in Abu Dhabi on Tuesday as the UAE were routed in the semifinal, with shoes thrown at...

Graham Arnold rejects Hibernian job link: 'I am surprised to learn of the speculation'

Socceroos coach Graham Arnold has belatedly knocked back speculation suggesting he was interested in leaving the national team to coach in Scotland.

Arnold is overseas on leave after Australia's disappointing quarterfinal exit in their Asian Cup title defence.

Three days after an ESPN report emerged stating Arnold was interested in taking up the reins at Hibernian, the 55-year-old rebuffed the suggestion in an FFA statement.

"I am surprised to learn of the speculation," Arnold said. "We have just...

AFC to probe sandal throwing at Qatar vs. UAE in Asian Cup semifinal

Qatar cruise to the AFC Asian Cup final for the first time with a comfortable 4-0 win over the United Arab Emirates.

The Asian Football Confederation has launched an investigation into the throwing of objects, including a barrage of sandals, at Qatar players during Tuesday's Asian Cup semifinal against United Arab Emirates in Abu Dhabi.

Three Qatar players were showered with footwear and drinks bottles thrown by a hostile crowd while celebrating goals in the 4-0 thrashing of hosts UAE, which secured a place in Friday's final against Japan.

"The AFC is conducting a thorough investigation into events at the Asian...