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FIFA ban on competitive games in Iraq affects AFC Cup clubs

2018-03-12 04:19 provenance:未知 sentiment: comments(0

The AFC says the Iraqi clubs home games have been postponed to next month to await a potential change in FIFAs security ruling.

The AFC says FIFAs ban on competitive games being played in Iraq must be upheld, despite the visiting clubs from Bahrain consenting to the group games in Asias second-tier club competition.

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The FIFA Council is set to discuss the issue at its meeting next week in Bogota, Colombia.

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FIFA currently allows international friendly games to be played in Iraq.

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The Asian Football Confederation says it cannot allow two Iraqi clubs to host matches in the AFC Cup this month because of security risks.

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The affected games are two-time defending AFC Cup champion Air Force Club hosting Malkiya, and Al Zawraa hosting Manama.

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