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‘HAGL will play wholeheartedly for the home audience’

HAGL very proud to attend a major tournament like the AFC Champions League. For the first time in 17 years, we are playing on the highest playing field in Asia. This is an opportunity for HAGL players to learn. We’re here to try to show the best to our home audience.

Yesterday, the audience queued to buy tickets very long. About 10,000 people came to the stadium to watch this match. It is joy and motivation for HAGL to enter the match with the best spirit“, coach Kiatisak Senamuang shared before the opening match of Group H AFC Champions League between HAGL and Yokohama F.Marinos at Thong Nhat Stadium at 6pm tomorrow, April 16.

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Coach Kiatisak Senamuang wants HAGL players to play their best for the home audience.

HAGL returned to the AFC Champions League for the first time, while Yokohama F.Marinos is one of the strongest teams in Japan. In the V-League, coach Kiatisak built HAGL a defensive counter-attack and smooth transition, however, the AFC Champions League presents a very different challenge.

According to Kiatisak, it is impossible to say in advance whether HAGL will play defensively or attack, but must harmoniously combine many factors, and play with the highest determination to create surprises.

HAGL can’t say much about the attack, but we will play with our tactics with the highest determination. In football, there is always defense, attack and transitions. A team that only defends can’t defeat the opponent.

We can’t just defend or attack, but we have to know how to change the state accordingly. How we play, the fans will know in tomorrow’s game. HAGL has 31 players and will have a plan for each player“, coach Kiatisak added.

The Thai leader also thinks that 6 matches in the AFC Champions League against Jeonbuk Hyundai Motors, Yokohama F.Marinos and Sydney FC are opportunities for HAGL players to improve their skills.

Coming back to the AFC Champions League after 17 years, I’m very proud. I see the league has changed. I think this is an opportunity to improve the player’s level and mindset. The players will play with pride“, coach Kiatisak shared.

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