AFC Women’s Asian Cup™ India 2022 technical report now available
Kuala Lumpur: The AFC Women’s Asian Cup™ India 2022 technical report, now available on the-AFC.com, chronicles the showpiece from the technical perspective while presenting in-depth analysis on the 12 participating teams.
Highlighted by China PR’s historic ninth victory, each page incorporates informative data, analysis, and at a click of a button, readers can easily access video clips to have a clearer perspective of what transpired during matches.
Dushanbe: Defending champions Uzbekistan maintained their grip on top spot after cruising to a 6-0 win over Turkmenistan in the CAFA Women’s Championship Tajikistan 2022 at the Republican Central Stadium on Thursday.
Islamic Republic of Iran were equally impressive, scoring five unanswered goals past Tajikistan in the day’s other fixture.
Uzbekistan have a six-goal advantage over Iran, who are also on six points, with Turkmenistan third on two points.
Ngah Wanja: It would be a dream to lift the AFC Cup™ with Kedah
Alor Star: Ronald Ngah Wanja has admitted that Kedah Darul Aman have allowed themselves to dream about winning the AFC Cup™ 2022 but insists the Malaysian side's immediate focus in only on the ASEAN Zonal Semi-final against PSM Makassar of Indonesia.
Having not played in the AFC Cup since reaching the Round of 16 in 2009, Kedah made a long-awaited return this year, with Cameroonian Ngah Wanja among their big-name signings ahead of the competition after joining from Jordanian side Al Salt.