(MENAFN - ForPressRelease) A Vietnamese media has traced the past to the head coach of Myanmar Anthony Hay (48), who shot Park Hang-seo (59).
Myanmar, led by Coach Hey, drew 0-0 with Vietnam, manager Park Hang-seo, in the third Group A match of the 2017 ASEAN Szuki Cup.
Coach Hey and Coach Park played a war of nerves throughout the game. In particular, Hay blamed Park for his refusal to shake hands with him after the game.
"I didn't like him," Park told the coach, "but he didn't say anything to me."
"Before you criticize anyone," Park continued. From tomorrow, I hope to look at the basic rules of soccer, especially in the stadium, said Hay.
"It is not the first time that Coach Park Hang-seo brought down the team," Vietnamese media Kench 14 said on Sunday.
The media said, "This is not the first time that a German coach has done such a thing, and he has always shown this type of fighting capability in the past," adding, "There were times when he even blamed his team."
Haye took the helm of Liberia in 2008. Liberian fans had high expectations for the coach. "The Liberians want to win the 2010 World Cup," Hay said in an interview with Spiegel, Germany.
Kenh14 was also named manager of Kenya in 2009 but was fired because he failed to reflect the opinion of the Kenyan Football Association, and after losing to Kenya 0-2 in 2017, he said, "The Kenyan match should not be recognized. "Everything was terrible, including transportation, food, and hotels," he said.
Coach Hay even offended Malaysian soccer fans before an away game against Malaysia, the final match of the group league. "I hope there are as many fans as possible to fill both camps," he said. Malaysian fans are not afraid. They don't even come to the stadium. It's just an 11-to-1 fight.
Myanmar lost to Malaysia 0-3 on the day. Myanmar dropped to third place in the group's lead due to the loss and was eliminated from the Suzuki Cup. On the other hand, Park's Vietnam is able to stay in the semi-finals as the team's leader. He was named head coach of Myanmar's under 23 (U-23) and an adult national team in May.
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