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Promising Haay keen on progressing with Indonesia

Rising star Osvaldo Haay was 2019 SEA Games joint top-scorer Persija forward is among Indonesia’s hottest prospects Headhunted for Persija by legendary Bambang Pamungkas The world is in lockdown and football events are suspended, but the globe’s footballers are not just sitting idly doing nothing. Quite the contrary with many players staying

#WorldCupAtHome | Portugal v Spain

Portugal-Spain from Russia 2018 joins the #WorldCupAtHome line-up Cristiano Ronaldo and Diego Costa duel in Sochi Relive it free and in full this Sunday 5 April at 18:00 CEST on YouTube Portugal and Spain’s Group B meeting at the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ was circled on calendars around the globe as one

#WorldCupAtHome | Brazil v Argentina

An Italy 1990 classic is in store for our #WorldCupAtHome campaign Maradona’s Argentina meet explosive Brazil attack in Turin Watch for free on YouTube this Saturday 4 April at 18:00 CEST Miss watching football on a Saturday? We can help with that. Your weekend at home will be stocked with mouth-watering matches from

Update on upcoming FIFA World Cup qualifiers in Asia

Following consultation with Asia’s member associations, FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) have agreed to postpone the upcoming Asian qualifiers for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ as follows: Matches originally scheduled to take place during the international window of 23-31 March 2020 and 1-9 June 2020 are postponed

Statement on upcoming Asian FIFA World Cup qualifiers

FIFA and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) met at the Home of FIFA to discuss football activities in Asia. For both FIFA and the AFC, the well-being and health of all individuals involved in football matches remains the highest priority, and as such, a formal proposal to postpone upcoming matches

Pacific ace Serritslev takes Fiji reins

Flemming Serritslev recently named Fiji coach for Qatar 2022 campaign Dane took Papua New Guinea to 2016 OFC Nations Cup final Fiji has a strong history at regional level Danish coach Flemming Serritslev, who took Papua New Guinea to within touching distance of unlikely qualification for the 2017 FIFA Confederations Cup, has been