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MU legend confirms that Vietnam can attend the World Cup


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Vietnamese football is becoming more and more modern and developed. To meet that constant development, professional football training academies were born.

Some of the major academies that are currently interested in Vietnam are Hoang Anh Gia Lai Arsenal JMG, Viettel and Juventus. Recently, Vietnam’s youth training has continued to have a remarkable development when witnessing the birth of PVF football academy.

PVF is currently one of the leading youth training centers in Vietnam with the patronage of many big names in the Vietnamese and international football village. In which, it is impossible not to mention the legend of Manchester United club, Ryan Giggs, who holds the position of Football Director of PVF Youth Football Training Fund.

Ryan Giggs
Recently Ryan Giggs visited and worked in Vietnam

And recently, the legend went to Nghe An and Ha Tinh provinces to interact with children who have dreams and desires to become a professional footballer.

During this visit and exchange, Ryan Giggs had valuable sharing and advice for Vietnamese football. In particular, this legend also highly appreciates Vietnam for winning a ticket to the World Cup in the future:

“I have been with Vietnamese football for a while, I see that you have a lot of potential. However, the teams of other countries also have very good squad quality and of course, they also have ambitions to attend the World Cup. Vietnam wants to achieve this goal by 2026, you need to make more efforts.”

Ryan Giggs
The legend of MU confirmed that Vietnam can attend the World Cup in 2026

The MU legend also watched the performance of the Vietnamese team at the Asian Cup 2019. He was extremely impressed with the enthusiasm of the fans of the Golden Stars.

Hopefully with valuable advice from Ryan Giggs, Vietnamese football will have more orientations for development in the future.

An Phieu

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