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.
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.
Amman: Jordan League's Chief Executive Officer Awad Shoeibat has stressed on the need of having government support for improving the facilities as the league is determined to meet the AFC Champions League participating criteria.
Singapore: Singapore is aiming to improve its chances to qualify for the next edition of the AFC Champions League next year.
Bangkok: Facility investment and having dedicated officials were part of the recommendations made by AFC to improve clubs’ chances of qualifying for the next edition of the AFC Champions League as an inspection visit concluded in Thailand.
Bangkok: CEO of the Thai Premier League (TPL) Dr. Vichit Yamboonruang has stated that Thais are seeking to take their professional football at a different level and rigorously working to bring Thai football on par with other AFC Champions League playing countries.
New Delhi: India continues its efforts to better professionalise its football to qualify for the continent’s premier club competition, the AFC Champions League, by receiving a Special Mission Team from the AFC from July 9 to 13.
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.