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April, 22 2014 10:10:00

Thanh Hoa sign foreign nationals

Dinh Van Ta. — Photo bongdaplus

HA NOI (VNS) — V-League side Thanh Hoa have signed a four-month contract with Dinh Van Ta and Hoang Vissai of Ninh Binh to add to existing naturalised team-members Nguyen Rogerio and Le Van Tan.

Ta and Vissai have not been implicated in the Ninh Binh match fixing investigation, and are currently in Myanmar preparing the Asian Football Confederation Cup where they will play Yangon United in their last match of Group G today.

After the match, Ta and Vissai will join Thanh Hoa's bid for this year's V-League title. — VNS

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