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Taiwan to host AFC President’s Cup finals

Taiwan to host AFC President’s Cup finals

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) awarded Taiwan the rights to host the finals of the 2011 AFC President’s Cup during a meeting at the AFC House in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday. Cambodian champions Phnom Penh Crown have qualified for the finals after advancing from the group stage they hosted at Olympic Stadium last month. Joining them in Taiwan at dates yet to be determined will be Cup holders Yadanarbon of Myanmar, Neftchi Kochkor-Ata of Kyrgyzstan, Istiklol of Tajikistan, Taiwan Power Company of Taiwan and FC Balkan of Turkmenistan.


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