2020 saw the Southeast Asian football calendar turned topsy-turvy as the COVID-19 pandemic forced rescheduling of fixtures with eventual successfully-concluded seasons. It came at the cost of international football and domestic cups though. Here's the chronicling of an eventful year. #ASEANFootball #COVID-19
The global pandemic COVID-19 has forced the postponement of the biennial AFF Suzuki Cup to 2021. The long-lasting effects of the virus in Southeast Asian football goes beyond the scheduling as AseanBola analyses the impact it has on the regional flagship regional tournament.
Despite attempts to keep football going during the early outbreak of the COVID-19 virus, things changed following the declaration of the virus as a pandemic, with dominoes falling and eventually leading to a blanket Southeast Asian football shutdown by the end of March 2020 in the space of less than a fortnight. #COVID19 #ASEANFootball
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