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Asian body wants aid to continue for banned nations ByReuters Published: 03:26 EST, 6 April 2016 | Updated: 03:26 EST, 6 April 2016 e-mail KUALA LUMPUR, April 6 (Reuters) - The Asian Football Confederation called on world governing body FIFA to join them in providing grassroots support for any member associations serving a suspension for government interference.
An AFC taskforce met in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday to discuss the matter of such intrusions in the running of local football associations, which resulted in Kuwait and Indonesia being banned by FIFA last year."Our Member Associations (MAs) are being punished for actions which are outside their control.
Filipino Mariano V. Araneta Jr, who chaired the meeting, said in a statement."It is extremely damaging for the members, who are not only banned from playing international football but also lose their grassroots funding."Development is being hugely affected in these MAs through lost income from their sponsors, as well as funding from the AFC and FIFA. This, in turn, leads to staff losses and cancelled projects."