PSSI expands ISL to 24 clubs, risking Asian League rights
The Jakarta Post
The Indonesian Soccer Association (PSSI) is risking the nation’s chance to compete in the Asian Champions League (ACL) next year, upholding its decision to expand the Indonesian Super League (ISL) to 24 clubs.
PSSI competition director Sihar Sitorus said that the expansion clubs had yet to pass muster from the Asian Football Confederation (AFC), which would determine if the ISL’s futur...
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