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Arsenal agree three-year partnership with Indonesian bank Muamalat

Bank Muamalat customers will get to watch Arsenal in action at the Emirates Stadium with this partnership.

Arsenal have announced a three-year partnership with PT Bank Muamalat Indonesia TBK to issue co-branded debit cards in Indonesia.

The partnership with the current Premier League leaders will offer a range of club-related benefits, including official merchandise and match tickets at the Emirates Stadium to Bank Muamalat's customers and Indonesia's Arsenal fans.

Bank Muamalat said it will also come up with innovative marketing initiatives and customer promotions along with generating content with...

 By John Duerden

Indonesia's FIFA ban represents an opportunity for Australian football

Australia and QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo sits down for an exclusive interview with ESPN FC's Jason Dasey to discuss his family background, life in Sydney, Indonesian food and more.

Jim Morrison once sang with The Doors: "I've been down so goddamned long, that it looks like up to me."

Indonesian fans can probably hum along to that tune. The country's international ban handed out by FIFA will soon pass the six month mark and is set to stretch into 2016, and there doesn't seem to be much urgency in football circles to shake off the shackles of suspension.

After the chaos of the past decade with the president of the Football Association of Indonesia -- the PSSI -- in jail at various...

 By Jason Dasey

Indonesian football in limbo as players, coaches and presidents wait

Indonesia has not played international football since June's Southeast Asian Games in Singapore.

It was a reminder of Indonesia's love for football at the highest levels, while underlying the futility of the ban that has excluded Southeast Asia's largest nation from FIFA since June.

Former Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who ruled the nation for a decade until October, was happy to talk football as he was presented with a state jersey at the University of Western Australia last week by former Indonesia Super League star Robbie Gaspar.

Gaspar, 34, is a proud Perth boy who was...

Selling crabs and Eric Djemba-Djemba during Indonesia's FIFA ban

The only silver lining for Indonesia since the FIFA ban began a month ago was the winner by Evan Dimas that knocked hosts Singapore out of the SEA Games. Photo credit: Singapore SEA Games Organising Committee/Action Images via Reuters

What to do when football grinds to a halt in Indonesia? With the all-encompassing FIFA ban and suspension of the Indonesia Super League (ISL), one professional player has taken up selling crabs from a food cart to earn a living, while another has set up a catering business.

If you were expecting a hive of activity one month into the ban, you would be sadly mistaken. Officials continue to potter along in their own way, oblivious to the potential harm being visited upon players, coaches and fans.

The...