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Thailand’s plan to send their U23 side to compete in the competition provide Vietnam a greater chance of winning the tournament due to one of their main rivals sending a weakened side, according to Sports442.
The head coach of the Vietnamese senior national team Park Hang-seo and Vietnam’s U22 side were recognised as the best foreign coach and best team of 2019 during the Victory Cup gala which took place in Hanoi yesterday.
Following a goalless draw in their opening tie against the United Arab Emirates (UAE) at the AFC U23 Championship 2020 finals in Thailand on January 10, Vietnam’s U23 side find themselves second in Group D.
With 2019 marking an outstanding year for both Vietnamese and international sports, here are 10 of the year’s most remarkable events.
Vietnam national squad wrapped up a successful 2019 as they firmly stand in 94th place in the latest FIFA world rankings as announced on December 19. This is their highest standing in the last two decades.
VOV.VN - Park Hang-seo’s Vietnam U23 team from 2018 have been named twice in a list of the five most memorable matches in the history of the AFC U23 Championship, as announced by the Asian Football Confederation.
A welcome party in Hanoi led by Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc was put on for both the Vietnamese men’s and women’s football teams.
Head coach Park Hang-seo has named the squad numbers that each Vietnamese football player will take for the upcoming SEA Games 30.
The Vietnamese U22 men’s football team departed Ho Chi Minh City for the Philippines on November 22 in preparation for their participation in the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games.
The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) has sent a complaint to the Asian Football Federation about allegedly insulting behaviour by a Thai coach towards Vietnamese team coach Park Hang Seo during a recent match.
Luong Xuan Truong was left out of the 25-player Vietnam squad named by head coach Park Hang-seo Friday (October 4) for their upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Malaysia (Oct. 10) and Indonesia (Oct. 15).
The head coach of the Vietnamese men’s football team Park Hang-seo took part in an exchange with local football fans in the first-ever Ly Son-Sa Huynh tournament which was held in Quang Ngai on June 18.
The Vietnamese men’s national football team were greeted by hundreds of fans at Noi Bai International Airport in Hanoi on June 9 as they returned home following their King’s Cup 2019 campaign in Thailand.
Vietnam's national football team received a bonus of 500 million VND (21,400 USD) for their 1-0 win over Thailand during the ongoing King’s Cup in Buriram, Thailand.
The national team held their first training session in Buriram on June 2 in preparation for their opening clash against host-nation Thailand in the King’s Cup 2019 which will take place on June 5.
Martin Lo is the only overseas Vietnamese player to have been named in the Vietnam U23 team ahead of their friendly match against Myanmar.
Painters have decorated the walls of Vietnam manager Park Hang-seo’s house in the Republic of Korea (RoK) with an array of beautiful mural paintings.