17 Jun 2022 | 01:40 | Football
After completing the 2022 AFC U23 Championship with Vietnam U23, head coach Kong Wujun thanked the team and fans and revealed that this may also be his only match. According to the contract signed by head coach Kong Wujun with the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF), the South Korean strategist will complete his work in March 2023.
However, with the practice of coach Kong Wujun, it is very likely that he will be invited by the Vietnam Football Association to sign a new contract and lead Vietnam’s U23 to defend the men’s football gold medal at the 32nd Southeast Asian Games (scheduled to be held in Cambodia in May 2023). VFF General Secretary Le Hoai Anh said: “In the near future, Coach Gong Wujun will complete the Pro Coaching course in South Korea and then return to Vietnam to continue his work. Because ASIAD 19 has been cancelled. Due to the delays due to the impact of the Covid-19 epidemic, Mr. Gong’s work is mainly Watch professional competitions and national youth championships, select strengths for Vietnam’s U23, and serve the 32nd Southeast Asian Games and Asian U23 qualifiers to be held next year.”
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