Before the training session, coach Mano Polking explained about the image of riding a motorbike without a helmet and meeting the traffic police that was spread on social networks. He said: “It helped me move very quickly with only 3 minutes to the pitch. I was late to watch Singapore’s match against Laos. The hotel driver was very good. 5 minutes later I was there.”
“At that time, I went down to the hotel reception to let them know I wanted to come see the game at 4pm but it would take a long time to find a taxi. The receptionist told me he had just finished his job. himself, he has a car and will drive me. I was in Vietnam last year, everyone rides motorbikes. It only takes 3 minutes from the team hotel to the stadium, and he He ran very fast,” added the Brazilian strategist.
Coach Mano Polking and his students in the training session on the evening of May 8 (Photo: An To)
It is common for coaches to come to watch the match in the same group. This will help them have more ideas, better grasp the opponent than analyzing through videos recorded by the assistants.
Currently, coach Mano Polking’s team is at the bottom of the table with 0 points after letting Malaysia U23 come back 1-2 on the opening day of Group B men’s football at SEA Games 31. U23 Malaysia is at the top of Group B, the teams ranked second and third respectively U23 Laos and Singapore.
In the second match tomorrow (May 9), U23 Thailand will meet Singapore U23 at 19:00 at Thien Truong Stadium (Nam Dinh province).
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