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东京FC将携手越南俱乐部西贡FC在越南建立青训营

越南V1联赛俱乐部西贡FC和日本J联赛俱乐部东京FC签署了共同合作在越南建立青训营的协议。

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越南V1联赛俱乐部西贡FC和日本J联赛俱乐部东京FC签署了共同合作在越南建立青训营的协议。

根据越南媒体的报道,两家俱乐部表示除了在越南物色和培养足球人才外,青训营还将追求增进两国互相了解和经济联系等更广泛的目标。

东京FC俱乐部的国际业务主管石井先生(Koji Ishii)表示:“我们首先要做的是帮助西贡FC建立和发展一所足球学院。然后将通过足球搭起经济和文化交流的桥梁。这将是两国企业开展合作的机会。”

西贡FC主席武天成(Vu Tien Thanh)说:“日本足球与越南足球都强调技术、控球和灵活的团队合作,两国的足球风格非常相似但日本更加先进。因此越南球员很容易适应和吸收日本足球中的先进经验。这就是我们希望与东京FC合作的原因,我们希望提高越南球员尤其是年轻球员的水平。”

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