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Will It Be Qatar-tic or Extra-Jordan-ary?

Bob Holmes | Sean Malhotra | Dez Corkhill

09-Feb-24 19:30

Will It Be Qatar-tic or Extra-Jordan-ary?

The eventful and exciting AFC Asian Cup is coming to an end with a final not expected by many. Jordan started the tournament by demolishing Malaysia, and after a topsy turvy tournament, they've now made it all the way to the final. In their way is the host, Qatar. Despite being the defending Asian champion, their showing in the 2022 World Cup was pretty underwhelming. Will this be a Qatartic redemption for The Maroons? Or will Jordan complete the fairy tale narrative as the ultimate dark horse? We look ahead to this match, as well as our usual serving of the English game - from the FA Cup Replay that happened midweek to the Premier League action this weekend. All these, and more, including a quick conversation about the possibility of blue cards and sin bins being introduced to the beautiful game, only on another episode of Just For Kicks! Happy Chinese New Year!!!

Photo credit: REUTERS

Produced by: Haniff Baharudin

Presented by: Kam Raslan

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Categories:  sportsfootball

Tags:  afcAFC Asian Cupqatarjordan

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