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May, 03 2014 09:07:52

Long An enlist foreign talent

Dong Tam Long An have added a foreign name to its lineup that will compete for the second leg of the V-League.

The club last week signed a contract with Montenegro striker Zdravko Dragicevic that will take effect till the end of the season in July.

Commentators say the 27-year-old's signing will strengthen the team's attacking capabilities and help create more opportunities for the forward line. Meanwhile, Dragicevic has represented five different clubs including some in Indonesia and Singapore. He also boasts a career tally of 59 goals.

"We hope he will meet our demands in the coming matches. He will support veteran attacking midfielder Phan Van Tai Em. He could also make a pair with Danny David in the front line when neccesary," said the club's managing director Vo Thanh Nhiem. — VNS


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