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May, 14 2014 08:51:24

U19 players called for Japan training

­HA NOI (VNS) — Coach Guillaume Graechen has called another 11 players for the national U19 team who will leave for a training course in Japan next month.

Graechen added one goalkeeper, seven midfielders and two strikers, making a list of 26 players.

The tour to Japan of the team is part of the plan preparing for the coming Asian championship in Myanmar this October and the ASEAN event on September in Ha Noi.

Graechen said it would not be the final list as he would watch them during training and eliminate those who do not meet requirement and the national team is still open for others who could prove their abilities. — VNS



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