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June, 02 2014 07:55:19

Future stars

One hundred and fifty young footballers, aged from 6 to 10, have been selected after a two-day trial at Ha Noi's Bach Khoa Stadium. They will take part in a five-week Yamaha Football Camp under Japanese training standards starting next week.

During the course, the children will receive technical training and learn about team spirit, life skills, self-confidence and sportsmanship. Another trial will be held in Nghe An City this Saturday to recruite 125 players who will take part in the second camp from July 14-26.

The free camps are part of For the Future of Viet Nam Football programme, sponsored and organised by Yamaha Motor Vietnam. — VNS Photo



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