In order to have the best preparation for the 2023 Women’s World Cup finals, the Vietnamese women’s team has planned to play 2 friendly matches in New Zealand. Accordingly, at 12:30 pm tomorrow (July 10, Vietnam time), coach Mai Duc Chung’s team will play the first match in the away country against the New Zealand women’s team.
At this time, the identity of the referee team that will control the friendly match between the Vietnamese women’s team and New Zealand has been revealed. The person who will start this match is Rebecca Durcau, an Australian female referee.
In addition, two line referees are from Tahiti and Solomon Islands respectively. The 4th referee is a New Zealand citizen.
On the afternoon of July 9, the Vietnamese women’s team had the last training session to prepare for a friendly match against host New Zealand at noon tomorrow. Coach Mai Duc Chung and the players continued to practice in the rain, so the air became colder. Therefore, the coaching staff took the initiative for the whole team to speed up the training schedule and finish it early to ensure the health of the players.
Vietnam women’s team and a quality test with New Zealand women’s team
After the training session, coach Doan Thi Kim Chi shared: “If it doesn’t rain, it will be less cold. However, the yard here is beautiful and the living conditions are good. Previously, when I was a player, sometimes when I played tournament It’s only in Asia that I can compete on such a beautiful court. I think in a big tournament like this, my level is lower than my competitors, but I hope the athletes will comply with the competition. method of the coaching staff, playing with the highest spirit to continue to receive the love of the fans.”
Rebecca Durcau has won the title of Referee of the year many times
Also on the afternoon of 9.7, the head of the Vietnamese women’s team – Truong Hai Tung and professional officials met with the match organizers, representatives of the New Zealand women’s team and the referee team to agree on related issues. . Tomorrow morning (July 10), coach Mai Duc Chung and the female players will have a tactical meeting to face the New Zealand women’s team at noon on the same day, at 12:30 (Vietnam time) at McLean Park. The match will be live on VTVCab, YouTube channel and Fanpage of the Vietnam Football Federation.