ASEAN regional footbal league being reconsidered

An ASEAN regional football league is yet again being discussed following the completion of the ASEAN Football Championship (formerly Tiger Cup). ASEAN Football Federation Hnourary Scretary - and Asian Football Confederation General Secretary - Paul Mony said the concept, first mooted seven years ago, was being reconsidered. "The discussions are at an exploratory stage," he reportedly told Singapore's Today tabloid. "The feasibility of such a league is still being worked out and factors like cost are being studied."

The AFF has 11 South East Asian members: Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar, Brunei and East Timor.