Overseas Vietnamese goalkeeper defies CAHN; Dinh Bac impresses Hanoi Club

Striker Nguyen Dinh Bac’s Contract Drama with Hanoi Club – Overseas Goalkeeper Refuses Return to CAHN

In V-League round 13 news, striker Nguyen Dinh Bac’s transfer saga took center stage as he initially agreed to join Hanoi Club from Quang Nam but later backed out, angering the capital team’s board. The 20-year-old only wanted a half-season deal, contrary to the 1.5-year loan agreed upon with Quang Nam, prompting his return to his former club.

Meanwhile, goalkeeper Patrik Le Giang, an overseas Vietnamese player, declined CAHN Club’s request to return, preferring regular playing time at Ho Chi Minh City Club until the end of the season. The Czech Republic-born player’s contract is under negotiation with Ho Chi Minh City, where he aims to secure a starting role over being a backup option.

On the coaching front, CAHN’s Kiatisuk Senamuang expressed disappointment following their National Cup exit to Viettel, emphasizing the necessity for full commitment from every player for success. Assistant coach Zico Thai highlighted concerns regarding the club’s foreign players’ performance and their impact on team motivation, promising discussions with the leadership to address the issue.

Injury woes struck defender Vu Van Thanh ahead of the Vietnam national team selection, with an ankle injury reported post-match against Viettel. The extent of the former HAGL star’s injury remains undisclosed, raising concerns over his fitness for upcoming fixtures.

As national team preparations intensified, striker Nguyen Cong Phuong joined the initial squad after a stint at Yokohama FC. Expressing delight at representing the Golden Star Warriors again, CP10 emphasized the competitive nature within the team and remained focused on earning his place through performance. Looking ahead to the clash against Indonesia, Cong Phuong highlighted the need for a strategic approach to overcome the formidable opponents, acknowledging the challenging football landscape in Southeast Asia.

As the football landscape continues to evolve, Vietnamese talents navigate transfer turbulence, injury setbacks, and national team aspirations, showcasing the dynamic nature of the sport in the region. Stay tuned for more developments in the V-League and international football scene.

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