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February, 07 2014 14:34:00

V-League team supports Hoang Anh Attapeu

Four players, Ta Thai Hoc, Bui Tran Vu, Bui Thanh Liem and Tran Ngoc Bao, are expected to help Hoang Anh Attapeu to achieve better results.— Photonews.zing.vn  

HA NOI (VNS) — V-League's Hoang Anh Gia Lai will send team players to support their sister team Hong Anh Attapeu at the Lao Premier League in this season.

Four players, Ta Thai Hoc, Bui Tran Vu, Bui Thanh Liem and Tran Ngoc Bao, are expected to help Hoang Anh Attapeu to achieve better results.

The club also said that some other players and coach Huynh Van Anh will also join the team later.

Hoang Anh Attapeu are one of two teams, owned by a Vietnamese firm, competing in Laos.

SHB Champasak, a sister team of SHB Da Nang, took the championship title in the debut season in 2012-13. Hong Anh Attapeu came second.— VNS

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