MANAMA, Oct 22 (Reuters) - Josef Hickersberger, who quit as
a manager of Asian Cup qualifiers Bahrain on Tuesday, has
returned to his former Emirates club Al Wahda.
The 62-year-old Austrian has rejoined the club he led in
the group stages of this year's AFC Champions League on
Thursday after less than six months with Bahrain, the Asian
Football Confederation (AFC) said on their website.
Bahrain, who have been drawn in Group C of the January 7-29
Asian Cup in Qatar with South Korea, India and Australia, will
be led by assistant coach Marjan Eid for the eight-team Gulf
Cup in Yemen next month.
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