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First female coach in AFC Champions League looking to recover from drubbing

By Reuters
28 February 2017   |   3:29 pm
Chan Yuen-ting, the first woman to coach a male football team in the Asian Football Confederation Champions League, hopes for a better result this time out, after a 7-0 loss in their first match in the competition.

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