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Malaysia to play Asian Cup qualifiers vs. North Korea on neutral soil

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Malaysia will play both their AFC Asian Cup qualifying matches against North Korea on neutral territory, the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) confirmed on Friday.
Their three-time rescheduled game in Pyongyang will now take place on Nov. 10 at a yet-to-be-announced neutral venue. The same stadium will host Malaysia's "home" match against the North Koreans on Nov. 13.
"We are pleased that the two member associations, after much discussion, have been agreeable to this arrangement," AFC general-secretary…Original Article

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