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April, 18 2014 09:08:00

Da Nang tests foreign strikers

Argentine striker Gaston Sebastian Merlo. — Photo bongdaplus

DA NANG — (VNS) — Eimantas Mazoras (Lithuania), Davison Santos (Brazil) and Rafael Soriano (Spain) have been training with SHB Da Nang football team in the hope of replacing the position held by Argentine striker Gaston Sebastian Merlo.

The team ended a one-year contract with the Argentine striker last month when he failed to recover from a knee injury.

The central team will also end a contract with Serbian striker Bojan Mamic, 36, who has performed poorly.

SHB currently ranked sixth in the national football championship, V-League with 15 points after 10 matches. — VNS

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