North Korea qualifies for the East Asian Football Cup finals

North Korea qualifies for the East Asian Football Cup finals
North Korea has qualified for the finals of the EAFF East Asian Championship, known as the East Asian Football Cup, reports NRK.

The North Korean national football team is coached by the former Norwegian national football team player Jørn Andersen, who changed his nationality and became a German a few years ago.

North Korea won all three matches in the qualifying stage and is thus ready for the finals, where they could meet Japan, China and South Korea, who have already qualified.

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