Eriksson riding the globe from the World Cup to the Suzuki Cup
Sven-Goran Eriksson is the former manager of the UK.
Sven-Goran Eriksson once enjoyed the glory of England and the World Cup, but many tourist directors are now paying attention to products in Southeast Asia, a new team in the Philippines.
The Philippines have never won the Suzuki Cup, but a 70-year-old Swedish player has been able to open the door since defensive champion Thailand joined the weakened team.
Thailand, the Philippines and Vietnam also showed more interest than the Asian Cup in January after expanding to 32 teams in this week's 10 team tournaments.
Thailand dominated the Southeast Asian 2-year tournament and won five points total with the last two editions.
But Eriksson, who has made it to the quarter-finals of the 2002 and 2006 World Cups, is aiming for three semi-final from 2010 to 2014.
"It is up to the whole team to try to do better than the Philippines did in the Suzuki Cup," Eriksson said.
Since the Suzuki Cup is not part of FIFA's official calendar, Thailand's Japanese star Teerasil Dangda and Chanathip Songkrasin (top scorer and MVP) can not make the trip in 2016.
Captain Theerathon Bunmathan was also busy in Japan, while Kawin Thamsatchanan was not released by Belgian club Luuven.
The president of SMIOTOPOPAMMUONG presented the top ranking of the Asian Cup finalized since 1972.
"The Asian Cup is very important to us," he told AFP. "We want to pass the group stage, which is our goal this time."
"The AFF Cup is important to us," he said. "We do not have the best players, so we have opportunities for other players."
– & # 39; under pressure & # 39; –
Thai coach Milovan Rajevac said his team hopes to thrive without missing a senior player.
"We will run in the Suzuki Cup without four, but we have faith in other players, we are a team and everyone is equally important," Serve said.
"Our goal is to maintain the Suzuki Cup, we feel pressure, but we will put pressure on the players to motivate, and we will do our best," he said.
The Philippines will also be influenced by the schedule and will have to manage most without goalkeeper Neil Etheridge.
Cardiff City's No. 1 plate was named for a reserve of 29 seats and is expected to be sprayed into Asia on Saturday due to clashes with Cardiff, Brighton and Hove Albion.
He will have to prepare to return to the English Premier League three days later after the international break in November 20th in Singapore and East Timor.
However, Etheridge is scheduled to take place in January in the UAE's Asian Cup against Korea, China and Kyrgyzstan in Group C.
Eriksson's Filipino is scheduled to play for the first time in the continental tournament.
"I can easily say I can overcome it, but I do not know if it's realistic to think for the first time," Eriksson said.
"Let's start with the Suzuki Cup."
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