Sacked Halilhodzic says Japan took ‘big risk’ before World Cup

TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) – Vahid Halilhodzic said Japan had taken a big risk by sacking him as coach before the World Cup as he defended his record at a news conference in Tokyo on Friday. The Bosnian was dismissed earlier this month and replaced by Akira …
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