Bhutan FF expands the reach of the beautiful game by bridging the gap
Thimphu: The Bhutan Football Federation (BFF) organised a social responsibility programme titled ‘Bridging the Gap’ for children with little access to the beautiful game.
Aimed at improving integration, promoting education and personal development, whilst instilling a passion for learning, more than fifty students aged between eight and 14 from five remote schools in Bhutan gathered in Changlingmithang, Thimphu to participate in the five-day programme.
ASEAN & East Asia Wrap: Top two stumble in China PR; Trio level on points in Indonesia
Hong Kong: Leaders Wuhan Three Towns and the chasing Shandong Taishan both suffered defeats in China PR on Friday as the two sides remained tied on 72 points at the top of the Chinese Super League standings with only two rounds left to play.
Leaders PSM Makassar were held to a 1-1 draw by Borneo FC in Indonesia leaving the door open for their chasers Bali United and Madura United to make up ground. The top three in Liga 1 now have 33 points apiece as the competition breaks for the 2022 AFF Cup.
In Australia, Macarthur FC moved to third place with a 3-0 defeat of Sydney FC while Kitchee SC booked a place in the final of the Senior Shield in Hong Kong at the expense of Lee Man, so join the-AFC.com as we review this week’s action from across ASEAN and East Asia.