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February, 11 2014 14:00:00

Binh Duong fire head coach

Coach Nguyen Minh Dung.— Photo baobongda

HA NOI (VNS) — Becamex Binh Duong are the first V-League team to replace their manager after coach Nguyen Minh Dung was fired yesterday.

Just four rounds have been played at the national premier league. Under Dung, Binh Duong played three matches but pocketed just one point.

The poor result did not reflect the power of the team which replaced most of its initial members with qualified players before the season started, according to the club's bosses.

Dung had helped Binh Duong stay with the V-League after being nearly eliminated last season. Binh Duong finished eighth out of 13 teams.

The name of the new coach is yet to be announced.— VNS

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