Mooted AFC move causes rumbles of discontent

October 14, 2008
BANGKOK, Oct 14 (Reuters) - Mooted plans to move the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) headquarters out of Kuala Lumpur have triggered discontent around the continent and concerns over a possible east-west split.

The AFC is dissatisfied with its Malaysian hosts and sources say several cities in the oil-rich Gulf have shown interest in giving the AFC a new home, offering perks Malaysia has refused to grant.

Malaysian soccer officials say the south-east Asian bloc ASEAN and several ...

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