Chairman of relegation-reprieved Hanoi ACB football team Nguyen Duc Kien spoke out about what he described as a series of problems facing Vietnam’s V-League top division.
At a meeting on September 8 to review V-League 2011, Kien issued his criticism after Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) leaders claimed a clean bill of health for the game in their close of season V-League 2011 report.
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