FILE - In this Oct. 28, 2016, file photo, China's national football team coach Marcello Lippi speaks during a news conference at a hotel in Beijing. (AP Photo/Andy Wong, File)
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Iran coach Carlos Queiroz has heaped praise on China counterpart Marcello Lippi ahead of their vital World Cup qualifier next week, the Portuguese saying the man who led Italy to the global title in 2006 is good for Asian soccer.The win lifted China on to five points, still four adrift of the third-place playoff spot with four games remaining, and table-topping Iran will not be taking them lightly in Tehran Tuesday despite an unbeaten start to the final group campaign.Queiroz, who has been in charge of Iran for six years and led Team Melli to the 2014 World Cup, believes Iran will continue to improve and remains proud of his achievements so far.
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