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January, 04 2014 11:46:00

V-League champions to grab VND4 billion prize

The winners of the V-League 2014 will receive VND4 billion (US$190,000) in cash.— Photo dantri

HA NOI (VNS) —The winners of the V-League 2014 will receive VND4 billion (US$190,000) in cash, according to the Viet Nam Professional Football Company.

The first and second runners-up will take VND2 billion and VND1 billion respectively.

The company, which manages all national tournaments, is also offering bonuses in new categories. These include team of the season, club that best uses young players, best young player of the year and best player of each club (as voted by fans).

The VPF also announced that Tanaka Koji will be the new head of the organising board. Koji, 55, will arrive in Viet Nam on January 9 to talk with VPF leaders and make the position official. — VNS

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