Sarajevo president : 'Van Hau should go to Portugal or Bosnia'
Nguyen Hoai Nam, president of FK Sarajevo Club, said that Van Hau and Vietnamese players should go to tournaments like Portugal, Hungary or Bosnia.
Entrepreneur Nguyen Hoai Nam and the Vietnam Football Talent Development and Investment Fund (PVF) of Vingroup are the largest shareholders of Sarajevo Club, the team that is playing in the Bosnian league and is entitled to attend the preliminary round. 1st UEFA Champions League season 2019-20.
As a football lover, businessman Nguyen Hoai Nam is eager to develop Vietnamese football to a new level. He highly appreciates the players that are allowed to play abroad, although they have not really achieved success.
Mr. Nguyen Hoai Nam, president of Bosnia and Herzegovina's FK Sarajevo Club (FKS) told Thanh Nien newspaper: “Trips of Cong Phuong, Xuan Truong, Tuan Anh, Van Hau to foreign countries are as a step forward for Vietnamese football. We have to thank Mr. Duc and Mr. Hien for this because they are the pioneers.
Foreign-based players are the best in their generation and national players. However, the preparation needs to be longer and more methodical. If a player plays for more than 2,000 minutes a year, not training - in the peak football environment, that is a dream. Unfortunately, our players have not done that yet. ”
Mr. Nguyen Hoai Nam said that Van Hau and the Vietnamese players should choose a lesser known tournament in Europe such as Portugal, Hungary or Bosnia & Herzegovina ..., before thinking like the Premier League, La Liga (West). Spain), Serie A (Italy), Bundesliga (Germany), Belgian and Dutch national championships ...
“If you play well in these tournaments, the transition will be much easier. For example, many players play in the Bosnian & Herzegovina championships and later through more famous tournaments such as the Edin Dzeko player currently playing for AS Roma (Italy), Miralem Pjanic who recently returned to Barcelona (Spain), Asmir goalkeeper Begovic played for AC Milan (Italy) or Sead Kolasinac joined Arsenal (England) club, ” said Mr. Hoai Nam