Kuala Lumpur: Indian football official Roma Khanna is positive that the amendments to the ACL participation and Club Licensing Criteria will help strike a balance between the developing and developed nations in participating in the premier continental club competition.
Kuala Lumpur: In a bid to bring stability to the AFC Champions League, the Joint Meeting of the AFC Adhoc Committee for Professional Football, which was convened on Sunday, made several decisions for a three-year period starting 2014.
Kuala Lumpur: Oman FA Vice President Saleh Abdullah Al-Farsi has conveyed to the AFC the nation’s proposal to launch a professional football league in the next season that will provide the launch pad for the Omanis’ aspirations to participate in the AFC Champions League.
Kuala Lumpur: Ways to further improve club football in Asia were deliberated at length at the joint meeting of the AFC Adhoc Committee for Professional Football, which met here at AFC House on Monday under the chairmanship of Coordination Chairman Japan’s Captain Saburo Kawabuchi.
Ho Chi Minh City: An AFC Special Mission Team’s (SMT) visit to Vietnam has closed with the clubs hoping to qualify to take part in the next edition of the continent’s premier club championship, the AFC Champions League.
Jordan: Jordan Football Association (JFA) General Secretary Khalil Al Salem has stressed that Jordanian clubs will keep working hard on the areas of improvement needed to maximise their achievement and meet the AFC Champions League criteria.
Bangkok: The AFC Special Mission Team (SMT) wrapped up its inspection visit to Thailand for the AFC Champions League 2012/2013 edition on Monday.
New Delhi: All India Football Federation (AIFF) General Secretary Kushal Das has vowed to make all the neccesary effort for its clubs to qualify for the next edition of the AFC Champions League and improve the game in the South Asian nation.