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The Asian Football Confederation has warned that Iran will face sanctions ahead of the Asia Cup play-off aimed at interfering with their football governing body.

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Renewed:November 14, 2018, 11:07 AM IST

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The Asian Football Confederation has warned that Iran will face sanctions ahead of the Asia Cup play-off aimed at interfering with their football governing body.

It follows the Iranian parliament that produces illegal illegal government retirement, government or state-owned public utilities using public or private funds.

Local media reported that the law was implemented by the current president of the Iranian Football Federation (FFIRI) Mahdi Taj and other members of the board.
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The AFC said in a statement issued Tuesday on Tuesday that "they are closely following the current situation" and that FFIRI emphasized that it was a non-governmental organization.
"All members of the association must fulfill their duties without damaging the Government or the Parliament," the statement said.

"AFC has a non-tolerant policy towards any of its members, and we hope that, less than two months at the AFC Asia Cup 2013, 2019, FFIRI can continue its independence and avoid any punishment. "

World Football FIFA suspended Iran in November 2006, when they attended the international football because of government interference in the looga football game. The ban has been taken for less than a month.

| Edited by: Hardy Worah

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