AFC requires 2 Vietnamese U23 players to test for doping
U23 Vietnam has officially entered the quarter-finals of the 2022 AFC U23 Championship after winning against Malaysia. At the same time, teacher and coach Gong Oh Kyun also became the only representative of Southeast Asia to be present in the quarterfinals of the AFC U23 Championship in 2022.
Immediately after the match, AFC requested 2 players U23 Vietnam Go do a doping test. Midfielder Ly Cong Hoang Anh and striker Tran Danh Trung are appointed recipients from AFC.
Hoang Anh and Danh Trung did not play in the match against U23 Malaysia. However, this is because AFC draws at random. Even though he does not play, the player must still be tested for doping if the AFC notifies the host team.
Previously, after the Korean draw, Khuat Van Khang also missed the press conference due to a doping test. This doping check is normal after every international match.
Back to the game, the people who brought us the goal were captains Bui Hoang Viet Anh and Nham Manh Dung. Meanwhile, the best title in the match belonged to midfielder Nguyen Hai Long.
Danh Trung and Hoang Anh are two names belonging to U23 Vietnam that must be tested for doping
Speaking to the media, Hai Long said: “Personally, as well as the whole team, I am very happy to have reached the quarterfinals. U23 Vietnam will prepare and focus on the next match. Last time, I also experienced many challenges and rarely played.
I believe U23 Vietnam has many players who have played better than me. In this match, I didn’t score but the important thing is that the team won and went on. This is the most important thing. I would like to dedicate the victory to the fans from far away.
We will fight hard for the next matches. “Vietnam U23’s opponent in the quarterfinals will be determined after the final series of Group D matches in the Asian U23 Championship ends. Most likely, coach Gong Oh Kyun and Students will encounter two very strong opponents, U23 Japan or U23 Saudi Arabia.
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