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Shinji Kagawa, Javad Nekounam, Ali Al Habsi & the top 10 Asians in Europe for the 2011-12 season
Following the conclusion of the 2011-12 European league season, Goal.com has put together a list of the best performing Asian Football Confederation players.
Goal.com's Asian Best XI for March - Shinji Kagawa, Suchao Nuchnum & Koo Ja-Cheol make the team
Goal.com's monthly feature from the world's biggest continent has a new format, drawing on all of our regional expertise to put together a Best XI.
New sensations and shock results
The early season upsets continued in Japan, China PR and Korea Republic, where a host of new names continued to hit the headlines. It is a different story in Australia, however, where familiar faces are pushing for glory at the business end of the campaign. FIFA.com’s weekly review of Asian football also looks at goalscoring excellence in Saudi Arabia, while the new season is underway in Thailand.
New faces out to challenge old-stagers
Little more than two months since Al Sadd and Kashiwa Reysol's semi-final appearance at the FIFA Club World Cup Japan 2011, Asia's top 32 clubs begin their bid for the continental title and subsequent passage to the global showpiece as the AFC Champions League commences on Tuesday.
Eastern promise: Ten to watch in 2012
John Duerden picks out ten Asian players expected to make an impact in 2012.
Ustream opens up global audience for SAFF Championship
World Sport Group has brokered an agreement with Ustream that will see the South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship streamed live online for the first time in its history.
AFC sets 2022 World Cup target
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has revealed an initiative designed to make it one of the biggest confederations in the world, leading to the production of a World Cup champion in the next 11 years.
Scores to settle on fifth matchday (http://www.fifa.com/worldcup/preliminaries/news/newsid=1542132/inde...)
With Japan, Uzbekistan and Jordan sealing early progression in Asia’s third qualifying round for the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™ last Friday, six more teams are hoping to join the already-qualified trio in the next round by the end of the penultimate matchday on Tuesday.
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