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HONG KONG (Reuters) - Former Tottenham Hotspur and Barcelona midfielder Paulinho has withdrawn from Guangzhou Evergrande's squad for the up-coming Asian Champions League tournament in Qatar due to a thigh injury, the Brazilian announced on social media.
PETALING JAYA: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) defender Adam Nor Azlin is keeping his fingers crossed that his club will remain in the AFC Champions League (ACL) for the next season.
TMJ accepts govt’s decision to cancel Malaysia Cup and not allowing JDT to compete in AFC Champions League
KUALA LUMPUR: The government's decision to cancel the Malaysia Cup and not allowing Johor Darul Ta'zim (JDT) to compete in the AFC Champions League (ACL) is made in the interests and welfare of Malaysians, says Tunku Mahkota Johor Tunku Ismail Ibni Sultan Ibrahim.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian football suffered a double blow with Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) taking the hardest hit.
PETALING JAYA: Junior squash player Jessica Keng need not look far for inspiration to return to her competitive self after an injury setback.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Australian champions Sydney FC will travel to Qatar for next week's Asian Champions League without first choice goalkeeper Andrew Redmayne, who has chosen to remain at home with his pregnant wife ahead of the birth of their first child.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Japanese clubs playing in the Asian Champions League (ACL) will look to balance commitments in both the continental championship and the J-League’s top flight despite clashes due to changes in the schedules of the two competitions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.Three teams – Japanese champions Yokohama F Marinos, Emperor’s Cup winners Vissel Kobe and FC Tokyo – have qualified for the group phase of the ACL, slated to resume in mid-November after an original plan to restart in mid-October was abandoned.But with matches in the J-League’s top J1 division also pushed back to December after a four-month break, clubs involved in the ACL face a major dilemma.Final games of the J-League season are due on Dec. 19, the same date as the decider in the ACL, but officials stated the clubs’ desire to play in both competitions meant the domestic set-up will try to accommodate their wishes. “Under normal circumstances both we and the Japan Football Association would have objected to the Asian Football Confederation’s decision to change the schedule again, but they made their decision and while we were disappointed we spoke to the three clubs,” J-League Vice President Hiromi Hara was quoted saying by the Japan Times.“All three clubs unequivocally said that they want to contest both the J1 and the ACL as best as they can ... The ACL is the biggest club competition in Asia and the clubs want to do as well as they can in the J1, so we respected their wishes (in deciding the schedule).”
HONG KONG - Iranian striker Issa Alekasir has been handed a six-month ban by the Asian Football Confederation for a “discriminatory gesture” just hours before he was due to lead his club Persepolis into the semi-finals of the Asian Champions League.