Azkals' World Cup qualifying games postponed Following a Place change

The Philippine Azkals’ effort in the combined 2022 FIFA World Cup and also 2023 Asian Cup qualifiers will probably be postponed following the Asian Football Confederation’s choice to alter the match place for Group A.

“The choice was made as a result of the mounting challenges confronted by many participating teams in travel to China PR,” that the AFC said in an announcement on Monday.

The Group A games of the World Cup qualifiers have been thought to occur this June in a centralized venue in Suzhou, China.

The AFC has yet to declare the brand new place and dates of this Group A fixtures.

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The Philippine Football Federation was advised of their AFC’s conclusion, lamenting the massive financial effect on their part resulting from the postponement of these games since they need to cancel the group’s chartered flight now.

The national soccer governing body narrated in a statement the Azkals should fly into Shanghai, China now, by their training camp at Doha, Qatar. Each of the team members failed two swab tests from the previous 72 hours, the outcomes of that returned negative.

“Together with the improvements, the Azkals have been advised to stay put in Doha, while awaiting an official statement in the AFC,” that the PFF stated in an announcement.

The Stephan Schrock-led Azkals Should confront Guam on June 3, China on June 9, and also the Maldives on June 15.

The Filipinos will restart their World Cup qualifiers effort without assistance from staff co-captain Neil Etheridge, Filipino German midfielder John-Patrick Strauss, and seasoned national team mainstays Iain Ramsay and Carlie p Murga amongst others because of passport and health problems.

The Scott Cooper-mentored national group is now tied to China at second position at the Group A standings with two wins, two losses, and also a draw for a total of seven factors.

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