21 July 2017
Often described as the sleeping giant of Southeast Asian football, we’re about to get a taste of just how far the Philippines have stirred as they face two huge tournaments over the next month.
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24 June 2017
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) have confirmed they have received an official letter from organisers of the proposed ASEAN Super League (ASL) stating the largely maligned competition won’t be going ahead.
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22 June 2017
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is intent on helping revive the fortunes of Singapore’s flagging S.League, while the governing body is also satisfied the country’s recent elections were conducted appropriately.
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15 March 2017
The postponed North Korea-Malaysia tie originally slated for March 25 will now take place on June 8, but the venue is still undecided.
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10 March 2017
Malaysia will not play North Korea on March 28 for the AFC Asian Cup 2019 qualifier as was originally scheduled. 
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6 March 2017
Malaysia's Asian Cup qualifying opener against North Korea in Pyongyang on March 28 might not occur after Malaysia's government barred the Tigers from traveling there due to security concerns following the alleged assassination of Kim Jong Nam. 
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15 February 2017
The Asian Football Confederation has handed lifetime bans to 22 players and officials from Laos and Cambodia for match-fixing.
1 February 2017
US President Donald Trump has wasted little time implementing some of his more controversial election promises, including a travel ban aimed at certain Muslim countries. How could it impact Asian football? Scott McIntyre explores the issues...
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6 December 2016
Conceptualised a decade ago, the start of the ASEAN Super League (ASL) has been delayed several times. The odds seem stacked against the regional league, but former Football Association of Singapore president Zainudin Nordin is confident it will take flight.
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7 November 2016
The Asian Football Confederation’s (AFC) newest tournament, the Solidarity Cup, has been rocked by match-fixing claims, with four players from Laos provisionally suspended by the AFC for 60 days.

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