Coach Philippe Troussier emphasizes holistic approach to winning

Leaders Discuss Strategy and Encourage Vietnamese Team Before World Cup Qualifiers Trip to Indonesia

Earlier today, government officials and leaders from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Department of Sports and Physical Training, and the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) gathered to show support for the Vietnamese team as they gear up for the first leg of the 2026 World Cup qualifiers in Asia against Indonesia. Coach Philippe Troussier, after receiving encouragement from the authorities, expressed the team’s determination and goals for the upcoming matches.

“Winning also means realizing the goal of going deeper and further in the Asian arena. However, the goal we want to achieve is not flat or easy. The players sitting here are all warriors. They always try their best every day, proving every day, in every training session, towards the goal of not only winning but also how to win,” Troussier emphasized.

Despite facing several injuries, Troussier assured that the team will fight hard for the national flag, highlighting the unity and strong bond among the players.

Following today’s training session, Troussier is set to finalize the list of 28 players for the away trip to Gelora Bung Karno Stadium in Indonesia on March 19. The team will have two more training sessions to prepare for the match against the host team on March 21. After the game, they will return to practice for the return leg at My Dinh Stadium on March 26.

The Vietnamese team is focused on not just winning matches but also making a mark in the competitive Asian arena. The players are determined to give their all, showcasing their skills and tactical wisdom on the field. The upcoming qualifiers present a significant opportunity for Vietnam to demonstrate their potential and compete at the highest level.

This display of unity, determination, and strategic planning bodes well for the Vietnamese team as they look to make an impact in the 2026 World Cup qualifiers. The support and encouragement from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, the Department of Sports and Physical Training, and the VFF are crucial in boosting the team’s morale and guiding them towards success on the international stage.

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