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A-League clubs still behind the eight ball in ACL, says Thompson

Although J-League, K-League and Chinese Super League teams have been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, Archie Thompson still believes A-League sides will have their work cut out if they are to progress pasts those teams to the knockout stage of the AFC Champion's League, if and when it returns.

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A-League clubs still behind the eight ball in ACL, says Thompson

Although J-League, K-League and Chinese Super League teams have been hit hard by the coronavirus outbreak, Archie Thompson still believes A-League sides will have their work cut out if they are to progress pasts those teams to the knockout stage of the AFC Champion's League, if and when it returns.