HAGL helps CAHN, warns V-League’s impact on players

HAGL’s Mid-Season Transfer Moves: Jhon Cley Returns to CAHN and New Signings Made

HAGL has made significant changes during the mid-season transfer window, with the return of Jhon Cley to CAHN following a period of poor performances. Additionally, the team bid farewell to Martin Dzilah due to a long-term injury.

Coach Vu Tien Thanh’s squad wasted no time in securing new signings, welcoming midfielder Gabriel Dias and striker Joao Veras to the team. Both players have been actively training with HAGL in preparation for upcoming matches.

Vietnamese football has recently come under scrutiny from former Binh Dinh Club Technical Director, Jernej Kemensek, who highlighted issues surrounding player welfare and training practices. Kemensek expressed concern over the lack of focus on medical care and proper training routines, leading to early injuries and declining performance levels.

Indonesian coach Shin Tae-yong issued a warning to the Vietnamese national team ahead of their matches in March, stating his belief in Indonesia’s superiority in terms of gameplay and strategy. Shin Tae-yong emphasized the importance of careful preparation to secure victory against a quality Vietnamese team.

Following a standout performance in a recent V-League match, striker Nguyen Van Quyet remains cautious about his potential return to the national team. Despite his individual success, Van Quyet acknowledged the uncertainties surrounding his national team prospects, stressing the role of fate and various factors in the selection process.

Goalkeeper Dang Van Lam provided a positive update on his injury status to Coach Philippe Troussier, alleviating concerns about his availability for the upcoming national team fixtures. Lam’s progress has been deemed satisfactory, with the possibility of his return to action in the match against Ho Chi Minh City in the next league round.

These developments in the Vietnamese football landscape signal a period of transition and strategic adjustments for various teams, as they navigate the challenges and opportunities presented in the ongoing season. Stay tuned for further updates on the evolving football scene in Vietnam.

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