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John Duerden

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Super leagues’ impact in Asia

A new, lucrative Indian football league is in town but how beneficial are these leagues to the continent’s rise?

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South Korea’s Formula One struggle

The country’s omission from the 2014 calendar did not come as surprise after four years of struggle.

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What went wrong for Asia in Brazil?

There were high expectations but the exit from the 2014 World Cup for all four Asian teams was swift.

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Guam, a tiny nation taking huge strides

In 2008, Guam was ranked 201st. But using funds wisely, it has improved with plans in place for more work.

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Australia's rise in Asian club football

West Sydney Wanderers topped their Asian Champions League group but other Australian teams are not far behind.

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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.

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The yin and yang of Guangzhou

Guangzhou Evergrande may be about to make history on the Asian stage but it could come at a price for Chinese football.

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Australian football widens its audience

The national team are struggling for form but there are positive signs for Australian football writes John Duerden.

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Time for a South Asian Champions League?

The idea of a Champions League for South Asia is not new, writes John Duerden, but it is perhaps needed for development.

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The East Asian sporting boom

The region is increasingly becoming the destination of choice for major sporting events, writes John Duerden.

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Afghanistan victory is no surprise

South Asian Cup success was well-deserved with the national team changing the balance of football power in the region.

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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.