Women's Football Development
Thursday April 24, 2014

Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Women’s Development Workshop was closed in the Malaysian capital on Saturday by AFC Vice President Moya Dodd who hoped the participants left the workshop with a renewed sense of empowerment to develop the women's game.

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Kuala Lumpur: Participants attending a woman’s football workshop in the Malaysian capital are inspired by the good work the AFC, other confederations and other MAs are doing to develop the women’s game in their countries. 

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Kuala Lumpur: FIFA and UEFA representatives at a women’s football event in the Malaysian capital have hailed AFC for its efforts to develop women’s football which is enjoying rapid progress in the continent. 

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Kuala Lumpur: Wishing for greater footballing success in the future and marking women’s better access to the beautiful game were part of the AFC’s celebration of International Women’s Day on Saturday. 

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Kuala Lumpur: AFC’s Vice President and Women’s Committee Chairperson Moya Dodd is confident that the upcoming years will provide an impetus for Asian women’s teams to go further and to spur the development of the game. 

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Kuala Lumpur: AFC's Vice President and Women’s Committee Chairperson Moya Dodd has unveiled the AFC Women’s Football Strategic Plan 2013-2019.

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Kuala Lumpur: Nine AFC Member Associations received appreciations for their initiatives to develop women’s football by starting their involvement in the AFC Women’s Assistance Programme.

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Kuala Lumpur: AFC General Secretary Dato’ Alex Soosay believes the Asian women’s game has entered a new era and has urged its proponents to work harder to take the women’s game to new heights. 

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Zurich: Head covers, primarily used by Islamic women, will be formally permitted after two-year trial period a FIFA press release has announced.

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Beirut: Lebanon is optimistic towards the future of women’s football  is keen to spread the game in and elevate to it to the highest possible standards, Chairman of the Lebanon Football Association’s  Women’s Football Committee Hampartsoum Missakian has said.

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