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Thai coach Kiatisuk and team win most V-League awards in April

Hoang Anh Gia Lai (HAGL) football club won all four team and individual awards of V-League 2021 in April, thanks to the team’s impressive achievements at the tournament.

 

Kiatisuk và HAGL thâu tóm các giải thưởng V-League

HAGL players.

 

 

The team won nearly all of the V-League awards in January and March.

With a series of winning games, HAGL was voted the the best club of the month. Thai coach Kiatisuk greatly contributed to the FC’s achievement and he won the best coach title in April.

The other two awards for HAGL are Player of the Month, and Best Goal of the Month. The winners of the two awards are Van Toan (6 goals) and Xuan Truong, with a goal scored in the match against Hanoi FC in the 10th round of the V-League.

The lucky prize winner was an audience member who voted for the best goal, a fan of HAGL FC.

In the 11th round of the V-League, coach Kiatisuk and his players will face Thanh Hoa' FC. This is the next big challenge for Cong Phuong, Xuan Truong and the team. Thanh Hoa has a very good record, with three consecutive winning matches and one draw.

 

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