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best team in the country once again Players of Guangzhou Evergrande lift up their head coach Luiz Felipe Scolari as theycelebrate after winning the Chinese Super League (CSL) AFP The 68-year-old’s contract expires at the end of the season and his anticipated departure signals the end of a successful two-year stint that saw Evergrande win seven major trophies despite eschewing the lavish spending of rival teams There has been no official announcement on Scolari’s future but Chinese media say the well-travelled coach is expected to depart with the decorated Italian Carlo Ancelotti and Thomas Tuchel most recently with Borussia Dortmund both strongly linked with the post Guangzhou have appointed a series of big-name foreign coaches in recent years with the former Brazil Portugal and Chelsea boss Scolari taking over from Italian legend Fabio Cannavaro in June 2015 Cannavaro had replaced another Italian World Cup winner in Marcello Lippi who is now in charge of China’s improving national side Scolari was banned from the bench on Sunday after he was hit with a suspension for his conduct in a previous match But wearing a red Evergrande T-shirt he took to the Tianhe Stadium pitch afterwards and was mobbed by his players and team officials who hoisted him skywards "All fans supporting Evergrande should thank him for winning seven titles in two-and-a-half years" the Oriental Sports Daily quoted assistant coach Paulo Turra as saying Guangzhou’s nearest challengers Shanghai SIPG are a distant nine points behind despite splashing out on the likes of Oscar for 60 million euros from Chelsea – a record Asian signing Scolari also lost key midfielder Paulinho who moved to Barcelona in August and Turra said: "Now is different from the past The meaning of champion is quite different from what it was in the past" Scolari’s fellow Brazilian Turra said the veteran coach had put Evergrande on a par with leading clubs around the world "Firstly we must pay tribute to the boss and the club" Turra said "We followed the mode of European professional clubs "Secondly we have an excellent team" A managerial vacancy could also arise at SIPG where Andre Villas-Boas is similarly serving a ban after clashing with a referee and has cut a disillusioned figure of late as his side tumbled out of CSL contention and out of the Asian Champions League in the semi-finals There is unprecedented Chinese interest in football with the government striving to raise the level of the underperforming national team and domestic sides splashing out cash to bring in foreign coaches and players We are more than a week into the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup and after thetwo previous editions that lasted four days each this edition certainly feels like one Making a return after nine years kabaddi’s premier tournament looksstronger bigger and better With twelve countries from six different continents the spread is great for the sport and despite a gulf in class between the participating nations the competition has been quite a spectacle so far The kabaddi caravan couldn’t have had a better start with Republic of Korea upsetting the sport’s pecking order and getting the better of hosts India However there haven’t been any further upsets and landslide wins have become the theme since then With the World Cup reaching it’s halfway mark the tournament has thrown up someaspects that show how the sport is placed on the global stage who are winners at it and who need to catch up Here are few takeaways at the mid-point of the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup: Defence is the best form of attack South Korean defence shackled Rahul Chaudhari in the opening game Defence is the best form of attack is an old cliche in sport that keeps popping up every now and then But in kabaddi it is pretty much an important aspect of the game The defense in kabaddi plays a big role in scoring points and not just saving them and the World Cup has gone a long way in highlighting this The high scoring matches are a clear indication thatthe defences have been all over the place throughout the course of the tournament From newcomers USA who had managed just two tackle points in their first two games to defending champions to giants India all have struggled with their defences at some point But if you look atthe points table and then at the teams with the the most tackle points per game it has great similarity Iran who have been by far the best defensive unit in the World Cup lead the way with 153 tackle points per game followed by India Japan and Republic of Korea At the halfway point it’s these four teams who sit in the semifinal qualifying spots England and Thailand the two third-placed teams in the group follow these four teams when it comes to average tackle points Thus it’s clear that it’s sound defences and not rampant raiding that’s helping teams lead the race for semifinal qualification Or to put it simply the best four teams in the competition are the ones with the top four defences Abundance of talent but absence of team work Poland’s Michal Spiczko has been very impressive for Poland in the raiding department The 2016 Kabaddi World Cup began with few household names with most of them donning the Indian colours However a week into the tournament a host of new faces have made a mark in the world of kabaddi From England’s Temi Tope Adewalure to Kenya David Mosambayi Poland’s Michal Spiczko or Thailand’s Khomsan Thongkham there hasn’t been shortage of talent on display in the tournament England’s Tope who is the tournament’s most successful raider with 46 raid points has won several hearts while Mosambayi’s excellent leadership and 30 all-round points to go with it are quite impressive as are Aruduzzaman Munshi’s all-round exploits for Bangladesh But teams possessing all these talented players have found it hard to mount a challenge The main reason for that has been their team’s over reliance on individual and lack of it on team work Kabaddi demands of a mix of individual brilliance and great team ethic and teams like England Kenya and Poland have failed in the latter aspect While their raiders have won points single-handedly the co-ordination and understanding required to forge a potent defence has been lacking Among the top ten raiders Jang Kun Lee is the only raider from the teams that sit in the top two places of each group clearly proving that there is no shortage of talent but a serious lack of cohesion in lowerteam that’s separating them from those at the top Rising from the shadows of India and Iran South Korea prove they are genuine contenders South Korean players celebrates after win the inaugural match PTI When the tournament began India and Iran dominated the talks when the title contenders were discussed Many Indian players highlighted Iran as their greatest threat Republic of Korea who had a few star from the Pro Kabaddi League were considered dark horses at best However in the very first game the Koreans shattered all pre-tournament notions and staged a great comeback win over favourites India The win for the Koreans was no fluke – they had strategy for every Indian player and executed to perfection Their raiders kept on chipping away points when star man Jang Kun Lee couldn’t fire in the beginning of the game The Korean defence hunted in packs all evening and tamed the likes of Rahul Chaudhari With five minutes to go when the Koreans seemed down and out Jang Kun Lee rose to the occasion and exploited weaknesses in the Indian defence to perfection It was an all-round effort and it was repeated against Argentina and Bangladesh Starting as favourites against Bangladesh the Koreans trailed till the final five minutes only to carve out a win in the dying minutes Team ethic aggression the resilience the Koreans have exhibited every quality of a champion The men in blue and red are out of the shadows of India and Iran and are ready to not just challenge but also beat them With the Koreans favourites to reach the final on 22 October expect them to give their opponents in that game a hard time Packed with PKL stars India remain less than sum of it’s parts Team India are yet to do full justice to their talent in the Kabaddi World Cup 2016 When the 26 Indian probables were named one thought India could name two teams out of them and both of them could reach the final Such was the quality among Indian ranks that the World Cup appeared a foregone conclusion But the ‘Dream Team’ as the Indian side packed with superstars from the PKL is called haven’t done justice to the talent that they possess While a defeat to Korea in the opening match left the hosts red-faced a big win over debutants Australiawasn’t enough for Anup Kumar’s side to convince it’s fans The Indian defence didn’t look the part in the first two games as the home side struggled to form crucial partnerships in defence In the raiding department too Indiafailed to develop a lethal partnership until the game against Bangladesh when Pardeep Narwal and Ajay Thakur took the opponents to the cleaners working brilliantly in tandem The Indian defence showed signs of gelling against Bangladesh as India produced a performance of note but the Balwant Singh-coached outfit are still to hit the heights they are capable of It may all come together for the defending champions as the tournament reaches it’s business end but for it’s first half India as an unit haven’t been equal to sum of it’s parts Quick starters are big winners India benefited from a quick and aggressive start against Australia in their second game Big one-sided victories have been the trend in the 2016 Kabaddi World Cup so far Teams have either fired on all cylinders or folded up rather tamely Only fourout of the 18 matches played so far have finished with the winner winning by a margin of more than seven points The key behind these lofty wins have been real quick starts by the winning teams We have often seen the team that races to a big lead early goes on to win the match handsomely Slow starters have often been punished and punished heavily Teams thus have struggled to break the momentum and script a comeback into matches with Korea against Bangladesh and Kenya against Poland being the only teams to win the game after trailing in the game by a huge margin at the start Lack of experience is a reason why teams haven’t been able to stop the rot once it’s started and completely fade away after a slow start Even in tight games teams who have had a sluggish start have suffered India who endured a slow start by their standards against Korea paid the price for handing early momentum to their rivals So at the halfway stage the keyto success has been simple Hit the ground running and kill your opponent off before it can settle down Written by Express News Service | Mumbai | Published: September 21 2013 1:13 am Related News The state BJP on Friday demanded that Maharashtra adopt the Tamil Nadu model to facilitate the reservation in education and jobs to Maratha community in state The leader of the Opposition in the states Legislative CouncilVinod Tawdemade a presentation Friday before a committee headed by Industries Minister Narayan Rane at Konkan Bhawan in Navi Mumbai to this effect The Rane committees dilemmahoweveris that any move to grant reservation to the Maratha community would invite objections from the court Related: Cong’s masterstroke: Narayan Rane to head panel on Maratha quota A Supreme Court order mandates that such quotas cannot exceed 50 per cent In Maharashtraseparate quotas for scheduled castesscheduled tribesVJNT/nomadic and other backward castes already add up to 50 per cent If the state government sanctions another 17 per cent quota as demanded by various Maratha outfitsthe total figure will go up to 67 per cent Related: MarathasRPI join hands to seek quota for community Tawdehoweverheld his ground Maharashtra needs to follow Tamil Naduwhich evolved a separate law in 1994in which it incorporated economically backward people from all the communitiesthus increasing the total quota up to 69 per cent?the CMA enabled its members to coordinate prices.

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