(Country) – In a recent announcement from the Vietnam Football Federation, head coach Park Hang-seo decided to summon goalkeeper Dang Van Lam to the Vietnam team.
Due to the match schedule of the host club Cezero Osaka in the Japan National Championship (J-League 1), goalkeeper Dang Van Lam could not join the Vietnamese team during the early gathering to prepare for the matches at the National Stadium. FIFA World Cup 2022 Final Qualifiers.
In order to ensure the force for preparation and practice, Coach Park Hang-seo summoned three other goalkeepers, including Bui Tan Truong, Nguyen Van Toan and Nguyen Van Hoang. However, the Korean leader still assigned the task of goalkeeping coach Nguyen The Anh to regularly exchange and update information about Dang Van Lam’s health and training and competition process.
In a recent announcement from the Vietnam Football Federation, head coach Park Hang-seo has decided to summon goalkeeper Dang Van Lam to the Vietnam team. This is a position that Coach Park Hang-seo particularly values, so he decided to give Dang Van Lam the opportunity.
The presence of this goalkeeper is considered to create positive competition for the position of “guardian”, where Bui Tan Truong, Nguyen Van Toan and Nguyen Van Hoang are present.
However, goalkeeper Dang Van Lam can only be returned by the club to serve the team in the FIFA days period (Fifa official international schedule). According to the plan, Dang Van Lam will take a direct flight from Japan after Saudi Arabia to reunite with his teammates. Thus, this goalkeeper will have 3 days to catch up and show his performance, before the head coach makes a decision to finalize the official list of 23 players for the match against the national team. host.
It is known that the first two matches in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Final Qualifiers, the Vietnamese team will meet the Saudi Arabia team away on September 2 and Australia at home on September 7.
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