Mr.Tran Tien Dai takes over as interim manager of Hanoi Police FC

This morning (May 14), head coach Kiatisuk Senamuang announced his departure from Hanoi Police FC after four months in charge. Citing personal reasons, the Thai coach will return to his home country.

According to an announcement from Hanoi Police FC, Technical Director Tran Tien Dai will serve as the interim head coach for the club in the upcoming matches. This is not the first time Tran Tien Dai has stepped into a coaching role for the team. Previously, he served as interim head coach at the end of the 2023 V-League season. Earlier this season, he also took over after the club dismissed coach Gong Oh Kyun.

Born in 1966, Tran Tien Dai was a former player for the Police Football Club of Ho Chi Minh City. After retiring from playing, he became one of the first and most reputable player agents in Vietnam.

Tran Tien Dai has held various significant roles in Vietnamese football, including Executive Director of Ninh Binh FC in 2010, Executive Director of Xuan Thanh Sai Gon during the 2012-2013 period, and Chairman of Sai Gon FC in 2018. Currently, all three of these clubs are no longer active.

After 18 rounds of the 2023/2024 V-League season, Hanoi Police FC is currently in second place on the standings with 31 points, trailing leaders Nam Dinh by eight points in the championship race. In the 19th round, Hanoi Police FC will travel to face Binh Duong.

Under the guidance of Tran Tien Dai, the team aims to maintain their momentum and continue competing strongly in the V-League. Dai’s previous experiences and familiarity with the team will be crucial as they navigate the remaining fixtures of the season.

With a background deeply rooted in Vietnamese football, Tran Tien Dai’s leadership will be closely watched as Hanoi Police FC strives to close the gap with Nam Dinh and keep their championship hopes alive. His proven track record in various football management roles brings a wealth of experience and a strategic mindset to the club, positioning them for a strong finish to the season.

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