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From big-name imports to lucrative contracts, Chinese football has become the most popular and followed in the region.
The region is increasingly becoming the destination of choice for major sporting events, writes John Duerden.
A little known policy outside of Malaysia - Article 88 - is threatening to hold football back writes John Duerden.
Brazil 2014 will be Socceroos third successive World Cup finals but it has been a topsy-turvy ride for the ageing squad.
Central Asian football could hit the big time if Uzbekistan beat South Korea to qualify for their first-ever World Cup.
'Bed football', 'grassrolling' and lasers - tactics dogging Asian football are ruining the game, writes John Duerden.
The national Bahrain football team is suffering as religious and political differences continue to divide the nation.
The continent's showpiece event should turn Asian football fans into fans of Asian football, writes John Duerden.
As rumours circulate about David Beckham's future, John Duerden believes Aussie League is doing just fine without him.
Reds use absence of Asian Champions League football to connect with indigenous communities in the Northern Territory.
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