Monthly archive - March 2011

Asian Football Feast on FourFourTwo Australia

I am delighted to announce that I have started a new weekly blog on Asian Football for Australia’s FourFourTwo website.

FourFourTwo is Australia’s #1 football website and was awarded the Integrated Media Brand of the Year and Website of the Year Award at the 2010 Publishers Australia Excellence Award. Read more


Guangzhou Evergrande - Money made miracle or enemy of CSL

By Zheng Bin
 
On February 21, 2010, during a series of actions against match-fixing and gambling China’s Football Association decided to relegate two teams - Guangzhou GPC and Chengdu Blades from the Chinese Super League (CSL) to China League Division 1. Read more

Setanta come to the party for Japan vs J.League Charity Match

Setanta Sports Australia has confirmed to Asian Football Feast that it will show LIVE & EXCLUSIVE coverage of the Japan vs J.League ‘Team as One’ Charity Match tomorrow night. Read more


Chinese Super League - 2011 Season Preview

Zhang Bin, a keen fan of Chinese Football, has put together this preview of the 2011 Chinese Super League season which kicks off this weekend.

The 2011 season of the Chinese Super League (CSL) will kick off this weekend. Read more


Asians Abroad - March 19 & 20

For a comprehensive list of Asians Abroad from the weekend, please see below our latest update of all Asian players who did and didn’t see action. Read more


Why I follow…

In the latest installment of Why I follow… we hear the story of Greg, and Englishman living in Thailand who has developed a passion for his local Thai Premier League side Muang Thong United. Read more


Asians Abroad - March 12 & 13

As usual there were a number of Asian players who saw game time, and some who didn’t, across Europe over the weekend. Read more


ACL Preview - Jeju United

Before the 2010 K-League season it’s fair to say that not many people expected Jeju United to play a major role in the Championship battle. Read more


K-League has the turnstiles clicking over

Can anyone hear that noise? It sounds a little like turnstiles clicking over. Is that, is that coming from Korea? Read more


Australia eyes ASEAN membership

Just months after suffering a battering in the political contest that was the 2022 FIFA World Cup Bid, the FFA enter are poised to enter an equally important political battle, this one a lot closer to home. Read more