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The football teacher of Cong Phuong and Xuan Truong’s class bid farewell to HAGL

(Country) – Coach Guillaume Graechen, nicknamed the teacher “Gim” of Cong Phuong, Xuan Truong… has ended his contract with HAGL after many years of working.

Leaders of HAGL Club confirmed that Coach Guillaume Graechen has officially ended his contract with HAGL’s youth training since May 31 and is currently in charge of the Nutifood Football Academy.

Thus, the love relationship between the Nui street football team and “teacher Jom” ended after 14 years of cooperation. Mr. Jom has been in Vietnam since 2007 when HAGL-Arsenal JMG Football Academy was established.

He was also the one who selected and trained the first course of HAGL JMG Academy with the boys at that time, Nguyen Cong Phuong, Luong Xuan Truong, Nguyen Tuan Anh, Nguyen Van Toan or Tran Huu Dong Trieu…

It can be seen that under the hands of this coach, many mature players from the academy are now the mainstay of the Vietnamese team, making great contributions to the success of Vietnamese football in recent years. Perhaps, this is also what the French teacher can be most proud of his students.


Coach Guillaume Graechen bid farewell to HAGL

After parting ways with HAGL, Mr. Graechen continued to work with Vietnam’s youth training when he signed a contract with Nutifood JMG Football Academy in Ho Chi Minh City. From June 1, 2021, he is in charge of professional work alongside fellow countryman Frank Duric.

Mr. Graechen still lives in Gia Lai. His new place of work is also the headquarters of HAGL Club and HAGL-JMG Academy. The only difference is that he no longer receives a salary from elected Germany. Before that, he also led the Nutifood JMG U17 and U19 teams to attend domestic youth tournaments with 2 runner-up positions in the National U17 and National U19 finals.

Over the years, Mr. Guillaume Graechen himself always considers Vietnam as his second homeland. He is married to a Binh Dinh woman and has 3 children (2 boys and 1 girl). In 2014, he applied for Vietnamese citizenship.


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