PLDC – Esteghlal football team from Iran is at risk of being banned from the upcoming AFC Champions League since the team has failed to settle its tax debt.
All clubs must settle their debts according to Asian Football Confederation’s regulations.
Asian Football Confederation had issued a statement saying that clubs with outstanding debts would not be allowed to compete in next year’s Asian Champions League unless the arrears were paid.
According to the local media, Esteghlal have paid their debts but the Iranian club has yet to settle its tax debt.
The clubs had to settle their debts and send proof to the League Organization before August 15. They must meet the required professional standards to participate at the AFC Champions League.
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