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After co-hosting the FIFA World Cup in 2002, South Korea realised the vast potential of its tourism industry and is now actively marketing itself as an exciting destination for travellers, writes AGATHA MATAYUN, who took part in a familiarisation tour of Seoul recently.
In this concluding segment of a two-part series on Euro 2004, B. SANJEEVAN reckons the Germans won't cut it.
Former Asian Football Confederation (AFC) presidents Sultan Ahmad Shah and Tan Sri Hamzah Haji Abu Samah were honoured for their achievements during the AFC 50th anniversary celebrations gala dinner in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
Malaysia relinquished the overall champion title and finished fifth behind Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines in the Games held in December.
The successes of South Korea and Japan in the 2002 FIFA World Cup were credited to the European coaches for their tactical acumen in getting the best out of their respective teams.