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The heroes of Changzhou and the obsession with torn ligaments

The heroes of Changzhou and the obsession with torn ligaments 1

The heroes of Changzhou and the obsession with torn ligaments

In the final against Uzbekistan in Changzhou (China) two years ago, coach Park Hang-seo used five defenders.

Vietnam squad in the 2018 U23 Asian final. Goalkeeper Bui Tien Dung (blue shirt), midfielder Pham Duc Huy (number 8), midfielder Bui Tien Dung (4) and striker Nguyen Cong Phuong (10

Duy Manh is the latest case of ligament injury, due to a collision with Amido Balde of Ho Chi Minh City in the 2020 National Super Cup match on March 1.

In June 2019, on Pleiku field, Dinh Trong tried to change direction to follow Chevaugh Wash and tore his ligament, forcing him to go to Singapore for surgery.

SLNA has two players who are regularly recruited, both of whom went through a difficult period due to torn ligaments.

Luong Xuan Truong, as captain, played all the matches in Changzhou, contributing greatly to U23 Vietnam’s silver medal victory.

Nguyen Quang Hai is also going through difficult days due to injury.

Among Vietnam’s 11 main players in the 2018 U23 Asian final, only three players were `immune` to serious injuries: goalkeeper Bui Tien Dung, midfielder Pham Duc Huy and striker Nguyen Cong Phuong.

The heroes of Changzhou and the obsession with torn ligaments

Duy Manh ruptured his ligament, had to have surgery and needed at least six months to recover.

Why are Vietnam’s golden players constantly injured?

Teams have also not adjusted properly so that players have time to rest and recover.

Another reason is that the quality of the field in Vietnam is very poor.

In Vietnam, the medical work of football teams is not good.

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