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AFC Cup

The AFC Cup is a 32 team football club competition with clubs from AFC domestic leagues of developing nations which include: India, Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Syria, Kuwait, Jordan, Bahrain, Oman, Iraq, Lebanon, Yemen, Maldives, Hong Kong, Malaysia as well as 6 losing teams from the AFC Champions League.

Clubs from "mature" deemed AFC Nations are enrolled into the AFC Champions League. Football nations from "emerging" deemed nations participate in the AFC President's Cup. The 32 teams that participate in the AFC Cup are from "developing" deemed nations from the 2nd best 14 countries in the AFC geographic region. The current 2009 AFC Cup Football Club Champion is Al-Muharraq

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Lippi leaves everlasting legacy to Chinese soccer
Xinhua
GUANGZHOU, China, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) -- Coaching legend Marcello Lippi departed but left great legacy to the Chinese soccer. Through Lippi, the Chinese soccer had a close touch with the advanced tactics and training, the effective way to nurture young ...
Asian minnows begin World Cup mission
FIFA.com (registration)
The tentative first steps on the road to Russia will be taken next month as the 12 lowest ranked countries in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) face off in the first round of 2018 FIFA World Cup™ qualifiers. The draw to determine these ties will ...
Global FC faces tough field in AFC Cup
ABS CBN News
MANILA, Philippines - Global FC hopes to do well as it goes up against more established clubs from all over Asia in Group G of the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Cup beginning tomorrow night. The reigning United Football League champion is the ...
FIFA task force recommends shorter Nov-Dec World Cup for Qatar 2022
Zee News
It is a move sure to set world soccer`s governing body on a collision course with the major European leagues which would prefer an April-May option to minimise disruption to their lucrative domestic programmes. "Some people have concerns, but whatever ...
Game Details
ESPN FC
UAE take third over Iraq in AFC Cup · AFC Asian Cup Jan 30, 2015. Read · Cahill's Australia swan song? AFC Asian Cup Jan 30, 2015. Read · Australia glory in epic tournament · AFC Asian Cup Jan 30, 2015 John Duerden. Read · Son's heroics fail to inspire ...
Lippi resigns as coach of Guangzhou Evergrande
Xinhua
"Lippi opened a new era for Guangzhou and Chinese soccer. Under his guidance, Evergrande claimed the Chinese top-flight league in 2012, 2013 and 2014, won the CFA Cup in 2012, and made the history by taking the AFC Champions Legue title for the ...
12 years on, South China's Chan Wai-ho tackles Raul again
South China Morning Post (subscription)
And the former Real star admitted he is quickly finding his form after a few training sessions here as he prepares for the North American Soccer League. And he is surprised that many Hong Kong fans still remember him. While Chan will cherish his ...
Football in Asia: improving, but still trailing far behind Africa
The Guardian (blog)
“Of course, the culture and history of soccer in Asia is still short – insufficient even, I think, if you're talking about having a proper go at the World Cup,” he told Guardian Australia in the lead-up to the tournament. “But as the years go by, Asia ...
Airline to sponsor 2015 season of the 30th GCC Club Cup
eTurboNews
Emirates' football sponsorship portfolio includes: Arsenal FC, Real Madrid, AC Milan, Paris Saint Germain (PSG), Hamburger SV, Olympiacos FC, Benfica, Arsenal Soccer Schools Dubai, the New York Cosmos and The Emirates Cup. Emirates is also the Official ...
Warriors' Weaver satisfied, despite 3-0 loss to Guangzhou R&F
The New Paper
"We've proven that we can change things up tactically to accommodate our opponents and that is going to be important this season, because we are aiming to go into the knockout rounds of the AFC Cup. — Warriors coach Alex Weaver (above), on his side's ...

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