Flag salutation ceremony between U23 Vietnam and U23 Philippines, which took place at Viet Tri Stadium last night on May 8, was cut off unexpectedly due to a technical problem. The People’s Committee of Phu Tho province said that due to bad weather, there was a conflict between electronic devices, leading to an interruption in the audio transmission system for a period of 2 minutes, so the recording of the National Anthem could not be played.
In addition, the coordination between the sound department and the monitoring and control department is not smooth and tight. This made the organizers at Viet Tri Stadium (Phu Tho) unable to perform the ritual of singing the national anthems of the two countries according to the script.
Immediately after the match, the leader of Phu Tho Provincial People’s Committee checked the reality and worked with relevant departments, directed to review the entire technical and audio system to ensure smooth and safe operation during the match. perform the next matches.
Viet Tri Stadium (Phu Tho) is the venue for all matches of Group A men’s football at SEA Games 31 and a semi-final in case U23 Vietnam passes the group stage.
In the first match, when U23 Vietnam met U23 Indonesia, the coordination between the parts of the organizers was not good, leading to the implementation of pre-match procedures not according to the script. Specifically, the Indonesian national anthem was played when the two teams were shaking hands, not in position to prepare to sing the national anthem.
The second incident occurred in the evening match of May 8 between U23 Vietnam and U23 Philippines. At that time in Viet Tri city (Phu Tho) it rained heavily. Due to a technical problem for a few minutes leading to the failure to perform the national anthem singing ceremony, the organizers let the two teams complete the procedures to start the competition.
During the trial operation, preparing for the 31st SEA Games, Viet Tri Stadium (Phu Tho) once had a light rig incident in the friendly between U23 Vietnam and U20 Korea. The local organizers then fixed this problem, ensuring that the electrical system was fully responsive for lighting on the field.
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