Professional Football Project
Monday September 01, 2014

New Delhi: The AFC Special Mission Team to help further professionalise Indian football completed its visit to the South Asian nation on Friday with a workshop organised for I-League clubs.

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New Delhi: Indian clubs are making progress in their efforts to qualify for the continent’s premier club competition - the AFC Champions League.

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Singapore: The General Secretary of the Football Association of Singapore (FAS) Winston Lee has hailed the AFC SMT team’s visit to the island republic, saying that the newly implemented Club Licensing system is a motivating factor in the nation’s ambition to feature regularly in Asia’s premier club competition – the AFC Champions League.

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Thu Dau Mot: Vietnam is on its way to seeing its clubs participating in the upcoming editions of the continent’s flagship club competition, the AFC Champions League, thanks to its newly implemented club licensing system.

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Tashkent: Uzbekistan Professional Football League (UzPFL) Director General Farkhod Magametov spoke of the importance that football administrators and clubs in the Central Asian republic are attaching to sporting integrity and the fight against match manipulation as the AFC's Special Mission Team (SMT) began its inspection visit on Thursday.

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Kuala Lumpur: AFC organised a briefing meeting on the AFC Champions League 2015-2016 participation criteria and slots decision methods at AFC House on Tuesday attended by top officials from the Member Associations and leagues.

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Muscat: Oman has pledged to improve to develop its professional football to qualify for the next edition of the continent’s premier club competition, the AFC Champions League.

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Manama: The Vice-President of Bahrain Football Association (BFA) Ali Ahmed Al Buainain has stated that the Bahrain League is ready for the ‘challenging’ job of getting into the ACL in coming years.

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