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March, 01 2014 08:33:00

Van Nistelrooy and Pires to visit Viet Nam

The two UEFA ambassadors will arrive in HCM City on April 3.

HA NOI (VNS) — Former Manchester United and Real Madrid striker Ruud van Nistelrooy will be joining former Arsenal winger Robert Pires on a tour of Viet Nam to display the UEFA Champions League trophy to local football fans.

The two UEFA ambassadors will arrive in HCM City on April 3. The trophy precession will be held in HCM City on the same day and on March 6 in Ha Noi.

Fans nationwide will have a chance to meet them on April 4-5, and 10 free tickets to watch the final of the UEFA Champions League 2014 in Lisbon, Portugal will also be up for grabs, along with 14 tickets for a leading world football festival in Ibiza, Spain.— VN


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