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April, 17 2014 15:25:00

Long An signs on three new players

Ganiyu Bolayi Oseni poses with his jersey of new club Dong Tam Long An. — Photo vnexpress.net

HA NOI (VNS) — Dong Tam Long An have signed on Ganiyu Bolayi Oseni, Tran Chi Cong and Nguyen Dinh Hiep to strengthen their power for the second leg of V-League.

The Southern team's poor performance in the national premier league has got them the second place from the bottom. After 11 games, Long An earned only five points from five draws.

Oseni has played in Viet Nam for Kien Giang and Hoang Anh Gia Lai in 2012 and 2013. He scored 23 goals before leaving for Turkey's Kahramanmarasspor club. He returned to Viet Nam recently.

Hiep is coming to Long An on loan from Becamex Binh Duong and can play as a midfielder and striker.

Former national team halfback Cong was not being utilised in Binh Duong.

Long An's managers are hunting for candidates to fill the other positions. – VNS

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