Saturday, August 21, 2021 17:53(GMT+7)
Newspaper says Bongda24h
After the meeting of the VFF Executive Committee this afternoon (August 21), the members of the LDBDVN all agreed on the plan to stop the V-League 2021, instead of continuing it to next year as proposed by the previous VPF.
Facing the frustrations of some clubs about extending the tournament to next year, leading to many consequences, the Vietnam Football Federation held a meeting of the Executive Committee this afternoon, August 21. And as a result, 100% of the opinions agreed with the plan to close the V-League 2021 season at this time.
|VFF Executive Committee agrees to stop V-League 2021|
It is known that in the online meeting of VFF held at 14 pm this afternoon, there were 15/16 members present. The only person who did not attend was the former chairman of Hai Phong Club, Mr. Pham Manh Hung.
At this meeting, VFF President Le Khanh Hai listened to the opinions of clubs in the V-League and first-class tournaments about the difficulties they are facing when the tournaments are suspended for too long. After that, he proposed the policy of stopping the 2021 V-League and the 2021 First Division in order to minimize financial losses for the teams.
And the results of the vote showed that 100% of the 15 votes cast by the VFF’s Executive Committee members agreed with the proposal of Chairman Le Khanh Hai. That is to stop professional football tournaments in Vietnam, including the V-League in 2021, instead of continuing next year.
However, next week, VPF will still send an official letter to the clubs to get comments on the plan to recognize the champion and relegation team when the tournament is suspended. And who will represent Vietnamese football in continental competitions such as AFC Champions League and AFC Cup next year.
If all agree to choose the top team of the current V-League 2021 standings to represent Vietnam to attend the AFC Champions League, Kiatisuk’s HAGL club will receive this honor.
Before the V-League 2021 had to be suspended until February next year, the leaders of the Becamex Binh Duong and Da Nang teams expressed disagreement with the decision…
The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) has agreed to the V-League 2021 plan back in February 2022.
There have been at least 7 clubs opposed to the plan to postpone the V-League to 2022, which has just been given by VPF.
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