Professional Football Project
Friday July 25, 2014

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.

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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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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.

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Amman: Jordan renewed its aim to participate in the next edition of the AFC Champions League as it received a visit from the AFC to help it qualify for the continent’s premier club competition.

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Singapore: Singapore is aiming to improve its chances to qualify for the next edition of the AFC Champions League next year.

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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.

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