It's ongoing right now and so far, Iran has got one price, AFC Futsal team of the year.
AFC Diamond of Asia Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak
AFC Dream Asia Award Football Federation of Australia
AFC Member Association of the Year Award Japan Football Association
AFC Fair Play Association of the Year Award Japan Football Association
AFC Club of the Year Award Seongnam Ilhwa
AFC Futsal Team of the Year Award Iran
AFC Women's National Team of the Year Award Australia
AFC Men's National Team of the Year Award Japan
AFC Women's Assistant Referee of the Year Award
AFC Men's Assistant Referee of the Year Award
AFC Women's Referee of the Year Award
AFC Men's Referee of the Year Award
AFC Women's Match Commissioner of the Year Award
AFC Men's Match Commissioner of the Year Award
AFC Women's Coach of the Year Award
AFC Men's Coach of the Year Award
AFC Women's Youth Player of the Year Award
AFC Men's Youth Player of the Year Award
AFC Futsal Player of the Year Award
AFC Women's Player of the Year Award
AFC Player of the Year Award
coz forcing iran to play its all important and decisive final WCQ 10 hours before its closest rivals was not enough for AFC to feel guilty!!!!!
but what am I thinking? it's AFC (Anything For Cash) afterall
Kuala Lumpur: Japan have won the AFC Fair Play Association of the Year having accumulated more Fair Play points than any other member association, with the East Asians amassing 425.26 points, 53.58 points more than closest challenger China.
Fair Play points are given to all national and club teams participating in AFC competitions and in addition to the number of red and yellow cards received in a match points are calculated on positive play, conduct on and off the field and the behaviour of the team’s fans.
China were runners-up with 371.68 while Iran were third with 362.65 points.
Japan’s disciplined approach to the game from their national teams saw them win the Fair Play prize in both the men’s and the women’s categories at last year’s AFC Annual Awards.
Adherence to the ‘Fair Play’ mantra is a hallmark of football in the Land of the Rising Sun and having, amongst other things, a lower average of red and yellow cards per match than any other association is a source of pride.
Japan Football Association President Junji Ogura, who collected the award from AFC Vice President Zhang Jilong, said: “It is a great honour to be selected for this award.
“To be frank, I wanted to win this award because of the prestige attached with it. This award will motivate our players to play more in the spirit of fair play which is so important in football.”
It is now.
As expected and deserved, Seongnam's captain: Sasa Ognenovski (Australia)
Asia's top defender and the scorer of Seongnam's all-important first goal in the Asian Champions League final against Zob Ahan.
Well as expectet,
would be intresting to se how many votes F. Madjidi got.
Oh come on they should of at least given the best Asian club award to Zob Ahan. Seriously compare the budget of Zob Ahan to Seongnam Ilhwa or someone else we beat Al Ain. Oh and I highly doubt that Bin Hammel is going to give any real love to Iran. Man this sucks.