NOT FAB: Liverpool's Fabinho would miss a number of key games for his club if he plays for Brazil later this month. AFP Photo Paul Kennedy If you try to have a 'club versus country' discussion with a Vietnamese football fan, chances are they will think you are stark raving mad. National pride here knows no bounds, and this is plain to see when the national team are victorious and the whole of Việt Nam takes to the streets to party. I dream that in the years to come Việt Nam make it to the World Cup. Can you imagine the scenes? It would be amazing. But the chances of that happening are slim at best, so for now, supporters must make do with the lesser competitions in Southeast Asia to get their kicks. This doesn't in any way dilute their passion. In England right now, the club versus country row has once again reared its ugly head. With an international break on the horizon, Premier League bigwigs met last week to look at the options. Under normal circumstances, it's no big deal, but circumstances right now are far from normal. The ideas mooted include allowing players who travel to non-red list… Read full this story
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