KEIR RADNEDGE REPORTS: The ongoing staging of the Asian Champions League is uncertain amid increasing concerns over the spread of the coronavirus beyond China.
Tuesday will bring an emergency meeting summoned by the Asian Football Confederation of all key stakeholders involved in the east zone – which means member Associations, leagues, clubs and commercial partners.
The meeting at AFC headquarters in Kuala Lumpur will discuss the impact of government travel restrictions the classification of the coronavirus outbreak by the World Health Organisation as a global health emergency.
A statement from the AFC said: “As the governing body for football in Asia, the AFC is determined to protect the competition and make proper and appropriate plans, including but not limited to the rescheduling of matches in the East Zone.”
The east zone group stage matches are scheduled to kick off on February 11 and 12.