AFC to hold emergency summit as coronavirus plays havoc
HONG KONG: The Asian Football Confederation will hold an emergency meeting next week to discuss contingency plans for holding World Cup and ...
HONG KONG: The Asian Football Confederation will hold an emergency meeting next week to discuss contingency plans for holding World Cup and Olympic qualifiers as well as the Asian Champions League as the coronavirus outbreak wreaks havoc across the continent.
"We are grateful for the support we have received from all our stakeholders, including our commercial and broadcast partners and agencies, as we try to protect the safety and well-being of all our players, officials and spectators while also ensuring the integrity of the competitions."
The announcement came a day after Thai football authorities confirmed Chiang Rai United's meeting with FC Seoul, due to be held in South Korea next Tuesday, would also be postponed.(Reporting by Michael Church; editing by Simon Cameron-Moore)
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