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July, 09 2013 11:57:00

Names listed for Arsenal friendly

Mac Hong Quan will play for the national football team on July 17 in Ha Noi.—File Photo

HA NOI (VNS)– Coach Hoang Van Phuc has finalised a list of 22 players for the national football team that will play European giant Arsenal on July 17 in Ha Noi.

The list includes two goalkeepers, eight defenders, nine midfielders and three forwards. Among them, seven were members of the team that triumphed at the ASEAN Football Federation Cup in 2008.

The others are key players of the under-23 squad who will compete at the SEA Games in December.

The team will have four days training, starting on July 12 at My Dinh Stadium. – VNS


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