Kiatisuk can’t return to HAGL yet

08 Mar 2022 | 10:51 | Football

Difficulties continued to pile up on the German football team when coach Kiatisuk Senamuang was still in Nghe An. He waited for the negative result to fly back to Pleiku before March 11.

According to Zing’s research, the Thai military leader is still in Vinh city because he tested positive for SARS-CoV-2 on March 6. It is expected that on March 9, Kiatisuk will take the test again so that he can return to Pleiku.

If favorable, “Zico Thai” will fly back to join the club on March 10. Since there is no direct flight from Vinh to Pleiku and vice versa, it is possible that Kiatisuk will fly back to Buon Ma Thuot to go by road to Gia Lai.

Kiatisuk can't return to HAGL yet - Football

Kiatisuk hopes to return to Pleiku before HAGL’s match against Viettel FC on March 11. Photo: Quang Thinh. 

On March 7, Xuan Truong and his teammates quickly left Nghe An to fly back to Gia Lai after losing 0-2 to SLNA. They will have a match against Viettel Club on the afternoon of March 11 at Pleiku Stadium in the 4th round of V.League 2022.

Difficulties await the home team, not the away team. HAGL ended a 13-match unbeaten streak in the V.League under the leadership of Kiatisuk. More alarming is that the attack has not scored this season.

HAGL has only 2 points after 3 rounds. In front of them is the Viettel team with 6 points after 2 wins and less than one match. Their attack also had 4 goals, overwhelming HAGL.

Another thing that is hindering HAGL is the Covid-19 epidemic. Players will have to take a test before the game, whoever has a negative result can play. The most worrying thing is that there are still many cross-contamination cases in the process of living.

Before that, assistant Bundit Thiabthong had Covid-19, so he could not move to Nghe An. That could be the source of infection for the Thai military leader. He has received at least 2 doses of the Covid-19 vaccine.

Another disadvantage is that HAGL will not be able to welcome the audience in the next round. The team will continue to wait for a decision from the local authorities. In round 2 against Ha Tinh, HAGL had no audience.

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