Playing football with a group of expats in Vietnam
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This video is how about sport unites people. When you are an expat, you don’t need to feel lonely in a different culture. Sports is a thing that unites people from all different backgrounds.In this case, football (or soccer) the thing that unites all these nationalities in a Vietnamese soccer competition in Saigon (Ho Chi Minh City).
The story is about my friend Jeroen (Jerry) who is living as an expat in Vietnam. He left Holland 2 years ago to work in Vietnam. In soccer, he found many like-minded.
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