KUALA LUMPUR - Asian football federations
should join hands to improve the sport in the region, Zhang
Jilong said after assuming office as the acting president of the
Asian Football Confederation (AFC) on Monday.
China's Zhang (pictured, left) took temporary charge in his capacity as AFC's
senior vice-president after president Mohamed Bin Hammam was
suspended by FIFA last month from all football activity following
a corruption scandal.
"We are all united and focused on taking Asian football
ahead. We have to work together to meet the challenges and
ensure that Asian football continues to move forward," Zhang
said in a message to the AFC staff.
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