The additional import slot for ASEAN players has added new flavour to the Malaysia Super League (MSL), drawing more eyeballs from the region. FourFourTwo picks five new ASEAN signings expected to have an impact...
The introduction of the ASEAN quota has opened up opportunities for more players from this region to ply their trade in the upcoming season of the Malaysia Super League (MSL) and Cambodia is no exception.
Choosing the right imports is often the difference between winning and losing in Southeast Asian football. But do they inhibit the development of the local players? Total bans on foreigners and even banning players from certain countries have been experimented with. What's the best approach?
When the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) announced the 2019 Asian Cup was expanding from 16 teams to 24, in Southeast Asia there was great hope that an expanded tournament would mean more teams from the region competing in Asia’s showpiece tournament.