Live it July 10th, according to the "Vietnam Express" news, in order to help the rising national team achieve the rise as soon as possible, the Vietnam Football Association is vigorously supporting naturalized foreign mixed players, and the target players are so many that they can make a starting lineup.
With the support of the Vietnam Football Association, the national team coach Park Hengxu has previously visited Europe to inspect a number of targets who expressed their willingness to accept the call. Three key objects of investigation: Philip Nguyen, the best goalkeeper in the Czech League last season, Alexander Deng, the top scorer of the Norwegian Super League Stola club, and the main side of the French second SochowThe combined value of Wei Jason Pendat is higher than the total value of the current Vietnam national team.
It is reported that the reason why Vietnam considered adopting the strategy of naturalizing mixed players was also inspired by the Philippines. The Philippines, which has a thin football atmosphere, has become a regular visitor to the semi-finals of the Southeast Asia Cup only ten years after naturalizing mixed players and broke into the Asian Cup at the beginning of the year.
Vietnam believes that the country’s actual football population (the population who really cares about and loves football) is far more than the Philippines. Under the leadership of football-loving parents, among the descendants of Europe The proportion of football talents will also be higher than that of the Philippines. Vietnam will also recruit more talents from all over the world to help the national team show its ambitions in the world preliminaries.
In fact, in recent years, there has been no shortage of foreign players in Vietnam’s leagues to join Vietnamese nationality, butThe Vietnamese national team has always insisted not to recruit these players without any national origin. This is also the first time the door has been truly opened to mixed players. Currently, Vietnam ranks second in the world's top 40 preliminaries.