Kuala Lumpur: It's that time of the week when the-AFC.com brings you some fabulous goals from years gone by and, staying with the AFC Cup, our latest offering looks at curlers.
We shine the '5 of the Best' spotlight on a handful of aesthetically pleasing curling efforts that have sailed beyond outstretched goalkeepers and into the back of the net. Once you've reviewed our trip down memory lane, don;t forget to vote for your favourite at the bottom of the article!
Beijing: The Chinese Super League (CSL) 2020 season will be played in two stages, the Chinese Football Association (CFA) has announced.
The first stage - scheduled for July 25 to September 28 - will be played in the centralised venues of Dalian and Suzhou with the 16 clubs divided into two groups according to the final standings of the 2019 season.
Doha: Qatar Stars League champions Al Sadd SC have announced that Akram Afif has renewed his contract, with the 2019 AFC Player of the Year signing on until 2025.
Keeping the 23-year-old forward was one of the main targets of Spanish head coach Xavi, who has also recently extended his contract for another year.
“I’m working with the club’s management during the current period on a number of issues,” said Xavi previously to Al Sadd's website. “The most important of which is the renewal of Akram Afif’s contract.”
AFC reiterates commitment to complete 2020 competitions with new calendar
Kuala Lumpur: Following a series of constructive discussions with its Member Associations (MA), Leagues and Clubs, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has now produced a calendar for concluding the National Team, Club and Futsal Competitions in 2020.
The AFC’s National Team and Club competitions as well as the AFC Futsal Championship planned for Turkmenistan have been postponed since February and March but, thanks to the support of the Members, Leagues and Clubs, there is a determination to finish the competitions this year.
The best Asian team at the FIFA World Cup announced!
Kuala Lumpur: Over the past four weeks, we've taken a trip down memory lane to recall some of the greatest performances seen by Asia's footballers at the FIFA World Cup.
With the aim of finding out the fans' all-time favourite team, the-AFC.com has presented a number of candidates who have all excelled at the World Cup over the years, contributing considerably to their respective countries' success at the global showpiece.
And after you have voted in your tens of thousands, Asia's Best XI at the FIFA World Cup can now be revealed, while an XI by OPTA, the official statistics provider for the AFC, is also included as a comparison.