Sven-Goran Eriksson (Philippines)
Just before the 2018 AFF Cup, the Philippines Football Association made a crash decision when coach Sven-Goran Eriksson sat in the hot seat. The decision shows the determination for the 2018 AFF Cup champion and the success of the 2019 Asian Cup in the Philippines.
Speaking because coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has been in the world class for a long time. He helped Lazio win the Series A title in 2000, which is a very strong moment for the tournament. In addition, he directed the England team in the 2002 World Cup. Soon he worked in teams such as Man City, Mexico, Ivory Coast.
Although coach Sven-Goran Eriksson is considered an "old man" in modern football but, surely, his experience will greatly help Filipino football.
Milovan Rajevac (Thailand)
The brightest in coaching career Milovan Rajevac is the leader of Ghana in the World Cup in South Africa 2010. He then turned Ghana into a very uncomfortable team, very difficult to beat. Coach Milovan Rajevac helped Ghana qualify for the quarterfinals. At the same time, Ghana's team suffered a tremendous defeat against Uruguay.
Second extra minute, Luis Suarez has to use the hands "ball" just in which. The referee immediately handed a penalty to the penalty and Ghana conceded a penalty. Unfortunately, Asamoah Gyan hit the crossbar. Too psychologically for this broken stone, then, Ghana failed to Uruguay in the series of weight loss.
After the tournament, coach Milovan Rajevac resigned from Ghana. He heads Qatar, Algeria and clubs like Al-Ahli, Rudar Velenje … before starting to lead the Thai team in 2017.
Keisuke Honda (Cambodia)
The training experience of Keisuke Honda is almost zero. He has only trained the Cambodian team for some games. He is still playing for Melbourne Victory in Australia.
However, the Keisuke Honda player is very prominent. He played for many important clubs such as CSKA Moscow, AC Milan, Puchuca and Melbourne Victory. In addition, he was the first Japanese player to have three World Cups and was also the first Asian to score the three appearances in the tournament.
Although Keisuke Honda does not have much experience of training, at least it can bring a sense of determination and experience to the Cambodian players in the AFF Cup 2018.
Park Hang Seo (Vietnam)
Hang Seo Autocares Park participated in the 2002 World Cup as coach of Guus Hiddink in Korea. He advised many ideas for the Dutchman, creating the premise of helping Korean football create a "unique" when he reached the semifinals of the 2018 World Cup.
He then directed Gyeongnam, Chunnam Dragons, Sangju Sangmu and Changwon … before arriving to Vietnam to work in 2017. This year, coach Park Hang Seo made a great return in helping U23 Vietnam and the Olympic team Vietnam is a great success in Asia U23 and in Asia 2018.