Getting signed in Thailand from Europe
Mamadou Fofana from France had been playing football in the lower leagues of France and England for a number of years. In 2018 he made the decision that he wanted to play in Asia before his career finished. As he had just turned 30 it was now or never and he got in touch with us at Football Asia through LinkedIn. He ended up signing for a team in the Oman
Football without Fans, when will they return
Football has returned but fans haven't as games are being played behind closed doors. The K League has been back for a few weeks now and the Bundesliga has just had its second weekend of football. As great as it has been to watch live football on TV there's something missing, FANS. The games just aren't the same without having fans watching in the stadiums.
How Do Football Academies Work
Football has become a worldwide phenomenon and the most popular sport in the world. Therefore, the target of becoming a football player has become a popular choice even though it’s extremely hard to achieve. The journey to try to make it as a professional football player is one that many attempt, wanting to follow in the footpaths of their favourite football players.
Asian Football Update – The Return Of Football
Football Asia brings you a round up of some of the football leagues in Asia with regards to when football will be returning. The world has been starved of live football at a time when people all over the world are spending more time at home and more time watching TV. Football fans are desperate for leagues to resume so they can get their fix of live games on TV
How to Make it as a Professional Football Player
Football is the most popular sport in the world and the profession of being a football player is highly desired by many. There is no doubt that it is a competitive industry. Generally the more appealing an industry is to work in, the harder it is to make it as there is so much competition. At the very top the amount of money that can be earned is very good which adds to the attraction
Malaysian Football League, following Thailand’s Example?
It has recently been reported that the FA of Malaysia (FAM) is considering canceling the 2020 season. No football for the remainder of 2020 is of course their last option but they have stated the health and well being of players, coaches and fans are of paramount importance. So why are the FAM not forthcoming with the direction they are taking Malaysian football?