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Global Digital Sports Benchmark by RESULT Sports has recently released the most updated influential football club based on social media outreach.   According to RESULT Sports, the status quo of Football Clubs around the world and their digital communities on social platforms will be shared twice a

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Regardless in Ukraine, Hong Kong, Philippines or Indonesia, bearded defender, Bojan Malisic is known for his no-nonsense style of football. Having said that, the former South China’s captain does have his softer side - a much friendlier character beyond the beards. So how was his

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After Philippines, Thailand and Cambodia, the 2018 edition of the SingaCup Football Experience (SFE) has seen the Beautiful Game being brought over to Bandung, Indonesia. Collaborating with one of the best supported, if not the best supported club, Persib Bandung, more than 130 children benefited

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  Pre-season gets underway as the team from Bandung embarked on a training tour to Batam. Despite notching a morale boasting 2-1 win over Batam in a friendly on Thursday, 11 Jan 2018, head coach Mario Gomez is less than satisfied and emphasizes patience is the

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  Despite having an Indonesian name, Kim Jeffrey Kurniawan is born and raised in Germany with little knowledge about Indonesian football. Interestingly, the unknown player became the talk of the town when he signed for one of the biggest clubs in Indonesia. At one point, he

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(Photo: Persib Bandung/ Achmad Gunawan Anwar)   Having just been unveiled by Persib Bandung as the biggest signing in the history of Indonesian football 2 weeks ago, Michael Essien has finally completed his move to Bandung, the capital of Indonesia’s West Java province today.   The former Chelsea &

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