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February, 20 2014 15:49:44

Thanh Hoa bags all V-League awards for February

HA NOI (VNS) — Thanh Hoa have won all the V-League awards for February after their outstanding performance this month.

The V-League club, which won both of its matches against stronger rivals this month, have been voted the best team. Quang Ninh Coal came second, followed by defending champion Ha Noi T&T.

Manager Mai Duc Chung of Thanh Hoa was judged the best coach. Quang Ninh's Dinh Cao Nghia and T&T's Phan Thanh Hung were ranked second and third respectively.

World Cup midfielder Nasti Ceh, who showed his skills and technique by scoring three goals, was named the best player. Hoang Vu Samson of T&T and Melquidades Gomez of Dong Nai were the two runners-up. — VNS


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