1. 00:00 Wide players circle in the middle of the pitch.
2. 00:07 Mid shot of players circle in the middle of the pitch.
3. 00:13 Mid of flags.
4. 00:17 Close-up of Oman flag.
5. 00:21 Oman head coach Paul Le Guen and team captain Ali Al Habsi entering the press conference.
6. 00:27 SOUNDBITE: (Arabic ) Ali Al Habsi, Oman captain:
"Because of my experience, I habe gained in the previous championship and in Europe, I won't feel the pressure. It's the opposite. I have to be more positive with the players and use my experience over the last few years for our benefit. For sure, this is one of the biggest continental competitions in the world, and I hope we are ready for this championship."
7. 01:13 Mid of head coach Paul Le Guen with an assistant.
8. 01:17 Wide of squad training.
9. 01:23 Mid Emad Al hosni kicking the bal.
10. 01:29 Mid Emad Al Hosni with Paul Le Guen.
11. 01:35 SOUNDBITE: (English) Oman head coach, Paul Le Guen:
"I don't know, to be humble is one thing, it's also compatible to be ambitious. We know the threat of Australia and Korea, or South Korea, but we have to be ambitious, we are not there just to participate to be kind with everybody. We will be, but we will be ambitious, but to get through the group is the first stage."
12. 02:09 Various of team jogging.
13. 02:41 SOUNDBITE: (Arabic ) Ali Al Habsi, Oman captain:
"Maybe our group - with Australia, South Korea, and Kuwait - everyone thinks Australia and South Korea will progress to the second stage. So, maybe this will keep the pressure away that we feel when the group easier, but we are here to take it match at a time, and I hope our start will be positive. If we have a positive result against Korea, we will benefit from that for the next two matches."
14. 03:24 Various team training and Mid of Paul Le Guen.
16. 03:36 SOUNDBITE: (English) Oman head coach, Paul Le Guen:
"You know, if you give me the possibility to sign for a draw against Australia and South Korea, I will do it straight (away), give me the paper and I will do it straight (away)...believe me"."
16. 03:52 Ali Al Habsi practices with other goalkeepers.
17. 03:57 Wide of press conference.
18. 04:01 SOUNDBITE: (English) Oman head coach, Paul Le Guen:
"And, just before finishing, I know it's unusual but I want to say one word about what has happened in France. I want to talk of families, some families in France who got involved in this drama....and we feel very sad. We are ina state of shock with what's happened and we have many thoughts for the families."
Oman trained and talk to the media on Friday (9th January), on the eve of their Asian Cup Group A opener against South Korea in Canberra, Australia.
Oman conducted a training session on Friday, a day before their Asian Cup Group A opener against South Korea on Saturday (10th January).
The Omani have competed twice in the Asian Cup finals, but both time failed to progress beyond the first round.
However, this squad defensively well-organised with a very good goalkeeper in Ali Al-Habsi, and a handful of talented frontmen who can hit on the break.
Ali Al-Habsi is one of the few Middle Eastern players to make it in the English Premier League.
The tall custodian from Muscat made his European mark in Oslo before moving to Bolton Wanderers, and then becoming number one at Premiership club Wigan Athletic.
He thinks his team won't be under any pressure - as they are not favourites to reach the knock-out stages.
"Maybe our group with Australia, South Korea, and Kuwait, everyone think Australia and South Korea will progress to the second stage. So, maybe this will keep the pressure away that we feel to make the group easier."
Al Habsi said that head coach Paul Le Guen knows the difficulty awaiting his team in Australia, and he is more than happy to have a draw against one of the tournament favourites.
" You know, if you give me the possibility to sign for a draw against Australia and South Korea, I will do it straight (away). Give me the paper, I will do it straight (away), believe me", Le Guen said.
Oman has been drawn in Group A beside host nation Australia, South Korea and Kuwait.
At the end of the press conference, Le Guen then paid tribute to the 10 journalists and two policemen who were gunned down on Wednesday morning at the offices of Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine based in Paris, France.