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Alberto Zaccheroni returned to the site where he lifted the Asian Cup 10 months ago on Sunday, but the Japan coach was in no mood to reminisce, turning his attention to the two matches that could see his side take a sure step to the next World Cup in Brazil.

“I’m not a person who looks at the past,” Zaccheroni said after an evening training session in the Qatari capital of Doha and a 16-hour journey from Japan. “I always look forward to what is to come.

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