All posts tagged indonesia

Is the ASEAN Super League good for SE Asian football?

Is the ASEAN Super League good for SE Asian football?

By Eric Noveanto

The biggest dream of many South-East Asian football fans is set to be launched in 2015, the long talked about ASEAN Super League (ASL).

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Oranje treat for Malaysia?

Oranje treat for Malaysia?

By Darren Goon

Arsenal, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Manchester United. Malaysia’s fascination with the English Premier League is well-documented, so perhaps it’s only appropriate that five of the Premier League’s biggest clubs - as well as um, Norwich City and Queens Park Rangers - have paid our tropical shores a visit within the past decade.

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ACQ Preview: Iraq v Indonesia

ACQ Preview: Iraq v Indonesia

By Eric Noveanto

The opening match of 2015 Asian Cup qualifying round of Group C between Indonesia and Iraq will be held at Al Rashid stadium, Dubai, UAE on February 6.

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Indonesia prepare for battle

By Eric Noveanto (follow Eric on twitter @HiroEric)

Ahead of the 2015 Asian Cup qualifiers, both Indonesia and Jordan will use this warm-up match as their final preparation for their opening qualifier.

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Why the AFF Suzuki Cup matters

Why the AFF Suzuki Cup matters

By Darren Goon (follow Darren on twitter @Box_to_Box)

Besides being the world’s largest continent, Asia is also home to about 4 billion people, spread out over 48 countries.

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Harimau Malaya leave fans feeling blue

By Darren Goon (follow Darren on twitter @Box_to_Box)

On a humid night in Jakarta 23 months ago, history was made. As referee Peter Green blew for full-time, the stadium was silenced (a figure of speech, it would be terribly difficult to silence a crowd of 80,000 Indonesian fans) as a team in blue triumphed over their red-clad opponents.

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AFF Suzuki Cup ready to dazzle

The AFF Suzuki Cup, South-East Asia’s leading tournament that biennially injects zest into the daily lives of millions, blasts off on Saturday (November 24) with eight teams vying to be crowned kings of Asean football.

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Are you ASEAN’s biggest Football fan?

Southeast Asian football fans have a passion for the game that is like nowhere else in the world.

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Former champions to meet in qualifying

Three-time champions Saudi Arabia and 2007 winners Iraq will face off as the two former continental champions seek to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup Australia 2015 following Tuesday’s preliminary round draw in Melbourne.

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Van Dijk set for Adelaide exit

By Paul Williams

Wantaway Adelaide United striker Sergio van Dijk has told Asian Football Feast of his ongoing battle to secure a move away from the A-League club, with Indonesia the most likely destination.

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