Some 20 million shares of Hoa Phat Steel Joint Stock Co (HPS) owned by recently arrested banking mogul Nguyen Duc Kien had been mortgaged at Asia Commercial Bank (ACB) before being sold to the Hoa Phat Group for VND264 billion ($12.7 million).
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Midfielder Pham Thanh Luong of Hanoi ACB and goalkeeper Dang Thi Kieu Trinh of Ho Chi Minh City were yesterday announced winners of the 2011 Vietnamese Golden Ball award for men’s and women’s football, respectively.
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It is not the ‘fashion’ but it is no longer unusual for rich men on the Vietnamese stock market to own a football club.
Nguyen Duc Kien, the boss of Hanoi ACB and Hanoi FCs.
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VietNamNet Bridge – It is not the ‘fashion’ but it is no longer unusual for rich men on the Vietnamese stock market to own a football club.
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An unprecedented event in the history of the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) occurred at a meeting in Hanoi September 29 when a club boss, backed by the owners of the 27 other clubs, rejected the meeting agenda to elect the organizing board for next season.
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The Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) and the country's 14 V-League clubs agreed Sep. 29 to set up a Vietnam Professional Football Company to operate the nation's premier league, starting next year, instead of the federation that has run it for 11 years.
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VietNamNet Bridge – The owners of six clubs playing at the V-League national championship has signed a petition, asking the Vietnam Football Federation (VFF) to establish a company to run the V-League.
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VietNamNet Bridge – Chairman Nguyen Duc Kien of Hoa Phat Hanoi and Hanoi ACB football clubs have decided to establish the Hanoi and Hanoi Young Football clubs.
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VietNamNet Bridge –Vietnam’s top striker, Le Cong Vinh, and Hanoi T&T FC planed to sign their second 3-year contract today, September 23, but the striker changed his mind at the last minute.
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VietNamNet Bridge – Investing tens of millions of USD in football annually to get losses, while the number of audiences is going down, football business is now in the time of misfortune. Many investors have planed to dismiss their clubs though they still love football.
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VietNamNet Bridge – The vice chief of the Vietnam Football Fan Association, Tran Song Hai, said that 16-17 fan groups of the teams that are playing at V-League and the First Division Tournament, support Hanoi ACB FC’s Chair, Nguyen Duc Kien, to set up the Super Liga.
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VietNamNet Bridge – Chair Doan Nguyen Duc of Hoang Anh Gia Lai FC, Chair Hoang Manh Truong of Vissai Ninh Binh, senior coach Le Thuy Hai are very exciting with Hanoi ACB Chair’s Nguyen Duc Kien’s idea to establish a new football league named “Super Liga”.
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