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January, 16 2014 14:00:00

VN meets South Korea Student in football match

The national men's football team will play an international friendly match with South Korea Student on March 2.— VNA/VNS Photo

HA NOI (Biz Hub) — The national men's football team will play an international friendly match with South Korea Student on March 2.

The players will gather on February 27 in Ha Noi under the guidance of coach Hoang Van Phuc and will have two days to train before the match.

Viet Nam will then play the last match against Hong Kong in the qualifying round of the Asian Cup 2015, which will take place at the My Dinh national stadium on March 5.

In recent matches, South Korea Student won twice against Viet Nam at HCM City Cup in 2008 and 2009, but were defeated in the semi-final round of the BTV Cup 2013.

The players for the national team will be shortlisted after the second round of V-League 2014. — VNS

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