Japan's J-League Invades Southeast Asia
With deals in Burma, Vietnam and Thailand it seems Japan is ready to dominate Southeast Asia football.
A Red Card For Iraqi Football?
FIFA has declared that the country is not safe to host official international games.
Qatar and the World Cup: The 'Heat' is On
Some are concerned that Qatar’s 2022 World Cup held in the summer with high temperatures could be a problem.
China, Japan and Football
While tensions mount between both nations, could Football bring them together?
"I have never sold a match.."
Coach accuses his goalkeeper of intentionally throwing the game in Malaysian Football.
Didier Drogba and Nicolas Anelka Heading Home?
How events off the field could lead to some big changes for Chinese football.
Two of Asia's Top Footballers Debut in England
With expectations high, Shinji Kagawa and Park Ji-sung both had disappointing starts.
ROK Midfielder Adds to Island Dispute With Japan
Park Jong-woo holding a banner stating “Dokdo is our land” brings football into a tense international dispute.
Japan, S. Korea and UAE Football Impress in London
The 2012 London Games sported some amazing football. Several nations stood out.
'Flag-gate' Hits 2012 Olympics
The accidental use of a South Korean flag for the North Korean women’s soccer team sets an awkward tone for the 2012 games.
A 'Yellow Card' for Asian Football Head?
John Duerden notes a mixed victory for Mohamed Bin Hammam, whose lifetime ban was overturned.
FIFA and Asian Football Official Collide Over Ethics
In a bid for the FIFA presidency, corruption and bribery charges are leveled, reports John Duerden.