SHB Đà Nẵng take on Viettel in the V.League 1 on Sunday. VNS Photo Peter Cowan Peter Cowan With apologies to all the hardcore track and field nuts out there (and there must be some), it's long since time running tracks were given the boot from Vietnamese football stadiums. I haven't had many opportunities to visit football grounds in Việt Nam outside of Hà Nội but was lucky enough to stop off at Hòa Xuân Stadium in Đà Nẵng on Sunday on the way home from Hội An , and the experience was a revelation. Most of my time watching football has been spent at small and intimate grounds in Northern Ireland like Seaview in Belfast, where the crowd is so close to the pitch that the players can hear every utterance from the stands, whether they like it or not. Fans can feel almost part of the game in grounds like Seaview and you can start convincing yourself that the opposition centre forward is having a terrible match thanks to a few well-chosen words of invective you may have hurled at him. When there's a running track between fans and the pitch though, supporters can feel disconnected from the… Read full this story
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