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How Chinese football is so popular in Asia
From big-name imports to lucrative contracts, Chinese football has become the most popular and followed in the region.
Last updated: 19 Jan 2014 10:20 GMT
The East Asian sporting boom
The region is increasingly becoming the destination of choice for major sporting events, writes John Duerden.
Last updated: 23 Sep 2013 13:47 GMT
Has Malaysia's Article 88 had its day?
A little known policy outside of Malaysia - Article 88 - is threatening to hold football back writes John Duerden.
Last updated: 04 Sep 2013 09:50 GMT
Australia: Part of the World Cup furniture
Brazil 2014 will be Socceroos third successive World Cup finals but it has been a topsy-turvy ride for the ageing squad.
Last updated: 31 Jul 2013 12:11 GMT
Uzbekistan's roller-coaster ride to Brazil
Central Asian football could hit the big time if Uzbekistan beat South Korea to qualify for their first-ever World Cup.
Last updated: 06 Jun 2013 13:55 GMT
Dirty tricks and the beautiful game
'Bed football', 'grassrolling' and lasers - tactics dogging Asian football are ruining the game, writes John Duerden.
Last updated: 01 Apr 2013 11:59 GMT
The divisions in Bahrain football
The national Bahrain football team is suffering as religious and political differences continue to divide the nation.
Last updated: 23 Mar 2013 18:40 GMT
Time for change in the Asian Champions League
The continent's showpiece event should turn Asian football fans into fans of Asian football, writes John Duerden.
Last updated: 23 Feb 2013 15:05 GMT
Does the A-League need David Beckham?
As rumours circulate about David Beckham's future, John Duerden believes Aussie League is doing just fine without him.
Last updated: 14 Dec 2012 13:12 GMT
Adelaide spread football to indigenous north
Reds use absence of Asian Champions League football to connect with indigenous communities in the Northern Territory.
Last updated: 03 Jul 2011 19:59 GMT
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