CM – Soccer-Australia withdraws teams from the Asian Champions League


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MELBOURNE: Australia has Sydney FC, Melbourne City and Brisbane Roar out of the Asian Champions League 2021 withdrawn, said the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) on Friday.

« The matter will now be referred to the relevant AFC committees, with a decision being communicated in due course, » the AFC said in a statement.

The AFC did not give a reason for the deductions, but Australia’s top division A-League announced on Friday that it had changed its schedule due to a COVID-19 outbreak in the southern state of Victoria.

Brisbane Roar was due on Play an ACL preliminary round match against Kaya FC on June 20, Melbourne City against Cezero Osaka the next day.


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