PSSI’s Response to Duy Manh; VFF’s Clarification on Troussier Connection

PSSI Chairman Responds to Duy Manh and VFF’s Relationship with Coach Troussier – Vietnam National Team News

PSSI’s President Erick Thohir responded to Vietnam midfielder Do Duy Manh’s comments about the Indonesian team being like a miniature Dutch squad packed with naturalized players. Thohir highlighted the progress Indonesia has made and emphasized the importance of the upcoming matches between the two nations.

Acknowledging Duy Manh’s observations as normal, Thohir expressed confidence in Vietnam’s development and noted the cyclical nature of footballing success and improvement.

Meanwhile, the Vice President of the Vietnam Football Federation provided clarity on the relationship with coach Philippe Troussier, affirming the organization’s support for the coach’s efforts to guide the national team to success against Indonesia.

In training, the return of defender Bui Hoang Viet Anh is a positive development for Vietnam, especially in the absence of key player Que Ngoc Hai due to injury. Viet Anh’s presence strengthens Troussier’s tactical plans.

Coach Hoang Van Phuc emphasized the significance of veterans like Nguyen Hoang Duc in helping Vietnam overcome Indonesia in the upcoming World Cup qualifiers. He praised Troussier’s adaptability and highlighted the need for experienced players to take on pivotal roles.

Defender Pham Xuan Manh admitted to feeling the pressure ahead of the clash with Indonesia, recognizing the opponents’ strengths and aggressive playing style. He underlined the team’s focus on analyzing the Indonesian squad and improving their own game to secure a positive outcome.

As the two nations gear up for their crucial encounters, anticipation builds for the outcomes that will shape their World Cup aspirations. With both sides preparing meticulously, the matches promise to be intense battles where skill, strategy, and determination will ultimately decide the victors.

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