Due to the concentration of players from many localities, all members of the V-League runner-up team were tested for nCoV today February 16.
Expected, the team will receive the test results tomorrow morning, February 17. If all members are negative, Hanoi FC will go out to practice in the afternoon of the same day, after two weeks of Tet holiday.
Hanoi set a goal to reclaim the V-League championship from Viettel. However, the team of elected Hien got a disappointing start, losing continuously to Nam Dinh 0-3 and Binh Duong 1-2, falling to the bottom of the table.
Right at the time of Hanoi’s crisis, V-League had to stop because Vietnam had a case of nCoV infection in the community. This break plus two weeks of Tet holiday promises to help Hanoi regain its spirit, and at the same time help injured pillars such as Moses, Doan Van Hau … recover in time.
VPF has not finalized the time for V-League to continue playing. However, a series of football teams such as Hanoi, Hai Phong, Binh Duong … all came back to practice.