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All major agencies in the hunt as AFC bids go to a second round

Second-round bids for Asian Football Confederation media and marketing rights were due on Thursday evening (April 26) Malaysia time. It is understood none of the bidders from the first round, which included agencies and broadcasters, have been eliminated from the process.

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