Vietnam’s female footballers arrive in Kuala Lumpur, ready for the SEA Games 29
All players are in good health and feeling positive, Chung told Vietnam’s reporters there, adding that they are ready to play.

The team came back from a training camp in Japan injury free and gained valuable experience there, he noted.

Speaking of the competitors, particularly Thailand and Myanmar, the coach said all national teams are strong and his team respects them all.

The Vietnamese team have played these teams several times and know them well, so they are confident they will perform in each match, he said.

Vietnam opens up the contest against the Philippines at Stadium Arena, University Malaya on August 17.

Source: VNA