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March, 01 2014 08:32:40

Hung out of V-League with broken leg

An Giang centreback Nguyen Anh Hung may be out for the rest of the season after breaking his leg in a challenge with Song Lam Nghe An fullback Tran Dinh Dong in the

V-League on Wednesday.

According to Nguyen Hai Huong, head of the Viet Nam Football Federation's disciplinary committee, Dong will be fined for violent conduct.

Two other cases have already been bought before the committee this season. Ninh Binh's Dinh Van Ta was charged for launching a kung-fu kick at Danny David of Dong Tam Long An, while Alan Bruno of Quang Ninh Coal broke Vu Anh Tuan's leg with a crunching tackle during the match against Hoang Anh Gia Lai.— VN


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