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Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 02 / 23 / 17

NGUYỄN MÔN  was appointed chair of V.League side Long An to replace  VÕ THÀNH NHIỆM . Môn is a shareholder of the club. Nhiệm resigned "after his club displayed unsporting behaviour" in the match between Long An and Ho Chi Minh City on Feb. 19 ( VIETNA...

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