Professional Football Project
Tuesday October 21, 2014

Muscat: An AFC Special Mission Team completed its visit to Oman on Sunday to help the nation professionalise its clubs and meet the criteria to take part in the AFC Champions League.

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Kuwait City: The Kuwait Football Association is aiming to formulate an action plan to meet the AFC Champions League participation criteria such as having its own club licensing system and enhancing its professional league organisation.

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Amman: The AFC Special Mission Team (SMT) has visited Jordan to help professionalise the nation’s game further and help its clubs fulfill the criteria to participate in the AFC Champions League.

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Manama: Bahrain Football Association President Shaikh Ali Bin Khalifa Al Khalifa has pledged to do what is necessary to ensure the the nation's clubs meet the necessary criteria to take part in the continent’s premier club competition, the AFC Champions League (ACL).

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Bangkok: Thai Premier League Chairman Ong-Arj Kosinkar has pledged to take the Club Licensing System nationwide in order to help Thai clubs qualify for future editions of the AFC Champions League.

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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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