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May 21, 2014

Turkmenistan blast Laos 5:1 at AFC CHALLENGE CUP 2014, MALDIVES

 
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May 20, 2014

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May 19, 2014

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on Tuesday, two-time runners-up Turkmenistan face Laos at Hithadhoo Stadium.
Turkmenistan, who qualified for the 2014 edition as one of the best second placed sides despite that defeat by the Philippines, have lost the previous two AFC Challenge Cup finals to DPR Korea.
“We started to prepare in January and had three training camps,” said coach Rahim Kurbanmamedov.
“All the teams have a chance to qualify. In Group A, all the teams also have chance. This is the last chance to qualify for the AFC Asian Cup in Australia.”
Laos, who lost their last warm-up game 7-1 to the Maldives, also qualified for their first-ever continental tournament as one of the best second placed sides.
“Our players are very short and I am worried as the Turkmenistan players are very tall. Every team has a chance to qualify for the semi-finals and I hope we get a chance to do our best,” said Japanese coach Norio Tsukitate, who has been in charge of the team for three months.
“This is the first international tournament for Laos. We have a lot of young players with not a lot of experience. They don’t understand what is an international game, but maybe they know now.
“They are scared of anything and they only look to the future. I hope our young team can do well in this competition.”

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May 18, 2014

AFC challenge cup 2014-Match schedule

AFC CHALLENGE CUP , MALDIVES 2014

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May 17, 2014

Lao players silence and respect for victims who died on plane accident

Lao National Football players, AFC challenge Cup 2014
THE PLAYERS AND COACH SILENCED AND RESPECTED FOR VICTIMS WHO LOST THEIR LIVES IN THE PLANE CRASH IN XIENGKUANG PROVINCE, ESPECIALLY MOURNING TO THE LAOS MINISTER DEFENSE, VIENTIANE MAYOR, MINISTER OF PUBLIC SECURITY .


May 16, 2014

AFC CHALLENGE CUP 2014, MALDIVES

 LAOS ATTENDS THE AFC CHALLENGE CUP 2014

Laos is in Group B of the Challenge Cup grouped with Terkmenistan, the Philippines and Afghanistan while Group A has hosts the Maldives, Palestine, Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar. LAOS will play their first match against Turkmenistan on May 20, the Philippines on May 22 and Afghanistan on May 24, all at 4pm (local time) in the Hithadhoo Zone stadium, Addu City, Maldives.

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Harimau Muda Under-16 is raring to fight in ACT

The Harimau Muda National Under-16 squad is back in the fold for the inaugural Asia Under-16 Champions Trophy 2014 (ACT) which begins this Saturday in several venues across the Asian continent. In a show of compromise between the Football Association of Malaysia and Frenz United Football Club, the young tigers will be among the 12 teams in the Asian region who will challenge for the coveted trophy and at stake is also the US$100,000 (RM330,000) winner’s purse.
FAM had earlier declined Frenz United’s invitation for Harimau Muda Under-16 team’s participation in the tournament due to the juniors’ tight commitment this year.
“We are always happy to have our youth teams play in international tournaments as it gives our players the opportunity to sharpen their skills in the international arena,” said FAM secretary general, Dato Hamidin Mohd Amin.
“We believe that ACT is an ideal training ground for youths to compete with each other, as not only do they get to cultivate their football skills but they also have the opportunity to build lifelong friendships with individuals of similar interest from around the region,” he added.
Frenz United FC President, Dato’ Noor Ihsan Hamid, said FUFC has always been a strong supporter of FAM, and they are glad that the Harimau Muda National Under-16 team has managed to rearrange their schedule to compete in this tournament.
“The participation of Harimau Muda U-16 will benefit the Malaysians in their preparation for the AFC Under-16 championship in Thailand in September,” added Dato’ Noor Ihsan.
“Frenz United feels this will help the development of the national players and help them to achieve their vision to reach the Under-17 World Cup. We are always looking into smart partnership with football fraternities for the benefit of football development in the region,” he said.
Dato’ Noor Ihsan added that Frenz United FC is also sponsoring the Harimau Muda U-16 team’s participation throughout the tournament, including flight tickets to all venues in Asia, and also home matches at Stadium Frenz in Janda Baik, Pahang.
The first match of the ACT will see Frenz United Malaysia travelling to Chonburi FC, last year’s champions, on Friday and Harimau Muda Under-16 play hosts to AIFF India national team in Janda Baik on Saturday.
The tournament is held for the second consecutive year by Frenz United FC in collaboration with FAM and Asian Football Confederation (AFC). It spans over a four-month period starting 17 May until 30 August, and will be played in 11 stadiums across the Asian continent in a home and away format.
Singapore’s Home United FC, PFV Vietnam, debutants AIFF India U-16 National Team, Frenz United Indonesia, Harimau Muda Under-16 (Malaysia) and Timor Leste U-16 National Team are drawn in Group A.
Chonburi FC have Frenz United Malaysia ‘B’, Lao Toyota (Laos), Mandalay United FC (Myanmar) and debutants Phnom Penh Crown FC (Cambodia) and PFA Guangdong (China) in Group B for company.
The first leg semi-finals will be played on 9 August followed by the return leg on 16 August. The two-leg finals will be held on 23rd and 30th August, 2014.
The Asia Under-16 Champions Trophy is an ‘upgraded’ version of the 2013 Asean Under-15 Champions Trophy which saw Thailand’s Chonburi FC beat Frenz United ‘A’ on a 4-1 aggregate in the final.
The home match of Frenz United Malaysia and Harimau Muda U-16 will be played in Stadium Frenz, Janda Baik, Pahang. All home matches will be telecast on Astro Arena and Astro Supersports.

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Juniors to battle it out in Asia Under-16 Champions

 

 

 

Juniors to battle it out in Asia Under-16 Champions\

The inaugural Asia Under-16 Champions Trophy 2014 will bring the best out of 12 teams from the region as they challenge for the coveted trophy and the US$100,000 (RM330,000) winner’s purse.
Organised by Frenz United Football Club (FUFC) in collaboration with the Football Association of Malaysia (FAM) and Asian Football Confederation (AFC), the Asia Under-16 Champions Trophy is simply an “upgraded” version of the 2013 Asean Under-15 Champions Trophy spread over a wider platform in the region.
The tournament, which is being held for the second consecutive year, spans over a four-month period — from May 17 until Aug 30 — and will be played in 11 stadiums across Asia in a home and away format.
Home United FC from Singapore, PFV Vietnam, debutants AIFF India U-16 National Team, Frenz United Indonesia, Frenz United Malaysia ‘A’ and Timor Leste U-16 National Team are drawn in Group A.
Defending champions Chonburi FC from Thailand, who defeated Frenz United ‘A’ in the 2013 final, have Frenz United Malaysia ‘B’, Lao Toyota (Laos), Mandalay United FC (Myanmar) and debutants Phnom Penh Crown FC (Cambodia) and PFA Guangdong (China) in Group B for company.
“We are excited over the overwhelming response for the Asia Under-16 Champions Trophy with participation of teams from 11 nations,” said Frenz United Football Club president Datuk Noor Ihsan Hamid.
“Frenz United FC has a vision and that is to develop our players at the junior level. The Asia Under-16 Champions Trophy 2014 will act as a platform with a right exposure playing against good teams. We hope with this effort they will go on to represent their respective countries in future,” he added.
He stressed that all home matches involving Malaysian teams would be played at Stadium Frenz in Janda Baik, Pahang.
With a total of 68 matches to be played throughout the tournament, the Asia Under-16 Champions Trophy is considered vital for the development of youth soccer in Asia. The 2013 Asean Under-15 Champions Trophy recorded a total of two million viewers from Malaysia and Indonesia.
 http://www.thestar.com.my/News/Community/2014/05/13/Juniors-to-battle-it-out-in-Asia-Under16-Champions/

 

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