30th June 2019

Rumours are circulating on social media that City's No 75 Võ Lý is to leave the club.  Võ Lý joined City from CLB đá Huế but has failed to make the starting XI or to appear for City during the first half of the 2019 Season.  No news on where he is going and if true, www.hcmcfc.net would like to wish Võ Lý every success in the future.

28th June 2019

City returned to winning ways with a Penalty Shoot-Out victory over Viettel FC in the latest round of the Cúp Quốc Gia Bamboo Airways 2019 (National Cup).  City's team included new boy Akinade Ismaheel who has joined the club from Irish side Waterford FC.  There was no place for top scorer Joel (94) whose name did not appear in City's squad list submitted to the match officials.

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26th June 2019

City Player News : Picture 1 - Christian (88) has signed a new contract extension.  Picture 2 - Nguyễn Thanh Phú has signed his first full time contract with the club.  The young keeper will wear the number 23.  Picture 3 - City's Number 30 Đào Quốc Gia has gone out on loan to Hải Phòng FC for the remainder of the 2019 season.

21st June 2019

HCMC U21 have followed up their opening victory over Long An with a convincing 5-0 victory against Vĩnh Long U21.  Goal scorers were Văn Mạnh (2), Ngọc Hậu (2) and Văn Trọng. City's next game is against Bến Tre U21 on 4th September.

20th June 2019

It has been announced by the club today that midfielder Trần Phi Sơn will be leaving for Korea to receive treatment on the injury sustained toward the end of last season.  It had been hoped that he would not be requiring surgery.  However, after several false dawns, the club has decided that surgery is the only real option.  www.hcmcfc.net wishes Trần Phi Sơn a quick and successful recovery.

19th June 2019

The National U21 Cup Tournament starts today with City in Group C.  All fixtures will be be played at Thành Long in Tp. HCM over the periods 19th - 21st June and 4th - 10th September 2019 with the top 2 teams progressing to the Finals.  Teams in City's group are : U21 Long An, U21 Đồng Nai, U21 Đồng Tháp, U21 Vĩnh Long and U21 Bến Tre. 


www.hcmcfc.net wishes the future of our great club all the best in this tournament. 

18th June 2019

Average Attendance figures have been released for the first half of the season.  Although completely made up by the governing body, they do provide an indication of support for each side.  City find themselves in 11th place with an average attendance of 6,334.

City No 2 Ngô Tùng Quốc is being touted in some quarters as being the possible future of Vietnamese football.  The youngster has impressed in his short time at City and after appearing in the U22 Tournament in Cambodia for Vietnam, his future appears bright.

17th June 2019

Congratulations to Joel (94), Nguyễn Hữu Tuấn (14) and Đỗ Văn Thuận (15) for being selected in the OnSports.vn Dream Team for Weeks 1-13.  Recognition of hard work and a real never say die attitude.  

16th June 2019

City draw a blank in last game before season mini break.  The draw sees City increase their lead at the summit to 2 points over closest rivals Hà Nội FC.

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11th June 2019

Congratulations to the team and Coach Chung Hae-soung for being recognised as the Best Team and Best Coach for May

6th June 2019

After a few days of rest, the team were back in training at Thành Long in preparation for next weekend's game against Thanh Hóa on the 15th June.  Kick Off is at 19:00.  No 32 Quang Huy remains at the PVF training centre as he continues his recovery.

1st June 2019

As the season reaches midway, City's four point advantage over closest rivals Hà Nội FC mean that irrespective of results in Week 13, City will be top at the half way stage.

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