Updated  
March, 07 2014 08:25:41

Goran to train Dong Tam Long An

HCM CITY (VNS) — Dong Tam Long An have appointed Kupunovic Goran as the team's technical director.

The Serbian is expected to provide the V-League strugglers with a much needed boost.

"We are playing poorly at the moment and we have shortage of trainers, so we decided to invite Goran. He will help us to become more competitive," said Vo Thanh Nhiem, chairman of Dong Tam Long An.

The 47-year-old director previously worked for the club in 2007 with Long An's U21 squad.

Long An are currently one place off the bottom of the table with thee points after seven games.

Their next game will be at home against Dong Nai on March 15. — VNS



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