Seoul: Korea Republic will be aiming to end a 17-year title drought in the EAFF E-1 Women's Football Championship 2022 on July 19-26.
The AFC Women's Asian Cup™ India 2022 runners-up kicked off their preparations on Wednesday with head coach Colin Bell calling up 23 players for training with China PR, Chinese Taipei and hosts Japan their rivals in the eighth edition of the tournament.
Korea Republic, seeking to lift the title for the first time since winning the inaugural edition in 2005, will have the services of two Europe-based players - Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Cho So-hyun and Madrid CFF defender Lee Young-ju with Bell saying the mentality will be to win every match in the regional tournament. .....
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