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Ho Chi Minh City Club bid farewell to two foreign soldiers after the V-League was postponed


Saturday 21/08/2021 17:40(GMT+7)

In the context of the tournament being postponed to next year, Ho Chi Minh City Club is planning to bid farewell to the two foreign soldiers after the contract between the two parties ends.

The impact of the Covid-19 epidemic is putting many clubs in a difficult situation when they have to maintain a huge salary fund during the epidemic break. And recently, according to an insider, the HCM City club decided to part with the Brazilian foreign duo, Junior Barros and Patrick da Silva after both expired contracts to play for the “Red Battleship”.

Junior Barros
Junior Barros (left) will leave HCM City club after his contract expires this month.

The contract that Ho Chi Minh City Club signed with two foreign soldiers Junior Barros and Patrick da Silva will end on August 24. And after consideration, the BLD team decided not to continue the extension. This is a way for the Saigon team to significantly cut down on its rather large salary fund.

Since joining Ho Chi Minh City Club earlier this year, Junior Barros and Patrick da Silva have not contributed too much to the Thong Nhat Stadium team. Barros even scored 1 goal in 8 games. Therefore, it is understandable that he could not renew his contract.

Before Ho Chi Minh City FC, SLNA Club also officially said goodbye to foreign soldier Peter Onyekachi Samuel after the contract between the two sides expired.

Due to general difficulties due to the impact of the epidemic, the Nghe team cannot continue to pay Samuel’s salary in the near future. According to the share from coach Nguyen Huy Hoang, SLNA will add foreign soldiers when the V-League returns early next year.

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