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January, 10 2014 15:21:27

Nghe An recruit Cameroon striker

Edouard Ndjodo (right) and Biyaga Paul Emile are two foreigners at Song Lam Nghe An FC.— Photo goal.com

HA NOI (VNS) — V-League's former champions Song Lam Nghe An have signed on their second foreign player for the new season.

Edouard Ndjodo, a Cameroon striker, is said to be an experienced player who has previously played in Austria, Hungary and Greece.

The 29-year-old has an ideal height of 1.91m, which is believed to be an important asset in playing high balls.

Earlier, his countryman Biyaga Paul Emile joined Nghe An under a one-year contract. The 26-year-old former national team forward played for Haras El-Hodood SC, the best club in Egypt, before moving to Viet Nam. He was a member of Cameroon's U23 and wore the national jersey in four matches.

The two sportsmen travelled with the whole team on Wednesday to Quang Ninh Province in preparation for their V-League's opening round match against host Quang Ninh Coal tomorrow. – VNS

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