Vietnam News

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Defender gets 28-game ban for horror tackle

March, 6 2014

A Vietnam international defender has been given a record 28-game ban by the Vietnam Football Federation for a challenge that broke an opponent's leg during a league game. Tran Dinh Dong fouled Nguyen Anh Hung with an over-the-top tackle that left...

Vietnam 1-7 Arsenal: Giroud's first-half hat-trick

July, 17 2013

France striker Olivier Giroud netted a first-half hat-trick as Arsenal continued their pre-season schedule with a 7-1 win over a Vietnam XI at the My Dinh National Stadium.

Gotz confirmed as new manager of Vietnam

June, 6 2011

Former Hertha Berlin and 1860 Munich boss Falko Gotz has been appointed the new coach of Vietnam.

Bulgaria legend Stoichkov ponders Vietnam role

ESPNsoccernet staff | April, 28 2011

Bulgaria legend Hristo Stoichkov is weighing up an offer to return to international management with Vietnam, according to one of his closest friends.

Patriotic Thai boss not interested in Vietnam switch

January, 10 2008

Thailand coach Charnwit Polcheewin says he has no interest in coaching Vietnam's national team because he loves his country too much.

Calisto tipped to take over as Vietnam coach

January, 7 2008

Portuguese coach Henrique Calisto has emerged as the leading candidate to take over Vietnam's struggling national team, according to local media reports.

Rieldl quits as Vietnam coach after SEA loss

December, 13 2007

Vietnam's Austrian coach Alfred Riedl has quit his post after the under-23 side suffered a humiliating loss to minnows Myanmar at the Southeast Asian Games, Vietnam's soccer federation said on Thursday.

Man United agree to sell striker Rossi to Villarreal

July, 31 2007

Villarreal have reached an agreement with Manchester United to sign striker Giuseppe Rossi on a six-year contract, the Primera Liga club said on Tuesday.

Vietnam coach bemoans height disadvantage

July, 22 2007

Vietnam coach Alfred Riedl is worried his team will continue to struggle against the higher-ranked nations in the region because they are too small to compete in big matches.

Vietnam star snubs key Asian Cup clash to get married

July, 19 2007

Vietnam's Phan Van Tai Em is in coach Alfred Riedl's bad books after arranging his wedding party for the same day as their Asian Cup quarter-final against Iraq.

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