Four Central Asian players have been slapped with life bans for match-fixing during the Asian Football Cup AFC tournaments in andthe continent's soccer governing body said on Friday. The Asian Football Confederation said on Friday three Kyrgyz players and one Tajik had been "found guilty of being involved in a conspiracy to manipulate match es " involving their clubs. Kyrgyz national Kursanbek Sheratov was found guilty of supporting betting activity in connection with match involving Kyrgyz club Dordoi FC at the tournament.
There was no immediate reply to a request for comment from LeEco. The AFC told Reuters it was not in a position to comment. The AFC oversees all football in Asia and its showpiece club tournament, the Asian Champions League, includes the top sides from the continent as well as Australia.
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Your browser is out of date, and may not be compatible with our website. A list of the most popular web browsers can be found below. Just click on the icons to get to the download page. Asian Football Confederation AFC President Sheikh Salman bin Khalifa faces a challenge as the head of the continent's ruling soccer body with two candidates putting themselves forward for next April's election.
World Cup host Qatar also plays as this group stage doubles up as qualifiers for the Asian Cup being played in China. Group winners and the four best runners-up advance to another group stage, played from September to October Those 12 teams also qualify for the Asian Cup.
Australia's football body announced its support for the re-election of under-fire Asian soccer chief Sheikh Salman bin Ebrahim al Khalifa on Monday, drawing criticism from a prominent campaigner who called it "sickening". I love Australia. It is my country".
L ast week's Asian World Cup qualifiers saw a host of countries make a strong start to their campaigns: Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea and Australia all won, setting them on course for South Africa But there was one country in the Middle East that didn't get off to a flier. In fact, Israel won't begin their campaign until September.
Saoud al-Mohannadi, vice president of the Asian Football Confederation, was denied permission to travel from Oman to the U. The U. Mohannadi is the chairman of the A.
The Asian Cup was held once every four years from the edition in Hong Kong until the tournament in China. However, since the Summer Olympic Games and the European Football Championship were also scheduled in the same year as the Asian Cup, the AFC decided to move their championship to a less crowded cycle. Afterthe tournament was next held in when it was co-hosted by four nations: IndonesiaMalaysiaThailand and Vietnam. Thereafter, it has been held every four years.