John Duerden

John Duerden


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

Published On 11 Oct 2014

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

Published On 16 Jul 2014

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

Published On 4 Nov 2013

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

Published On 15 Oct 2013

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

Published On 11 Oct 2013
Kwak, captain of South Korea''s Ulsan Hyundai, lifts the trophy as he celebrates with his teammates after they won their AFC Asian Champions League final soccer match against Saudi Arabia''s Al Ahli in Ulsan