SOFIA - Former Bulgaria coach Hristo
Stoichkov is considering an offer to take charge of the
Vietnamese national team, one of his closest friends said on
"Last night, Stoichkov flew to Vietnam as he received an
offer to become national team coach," Emil Dimitrov, president
of Bulgarian second division club Chavdar Etropole, told a news
"He went there to negotiate as he can choose whether to sign
a two-year contract or a four-year contract."
Portuguese Henrique Calisto resigned as Vietnam coach last
Former Barcelona striker Stoichkov has failed to match the
achievements of his playing career as a coach.
A three-year spell in charge of Bulgaria culminated in
failure to reach the 2006 World Cup finals and then he left
Spanish club Celta Vigo just months after taking the job.
In 2009, he joined South African club Mamelodi Sundowns and
let them to second place in the league but resigned after the
end of the season.
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