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  1. World Cup. 1994–2018: Vietnam Television (VTV) 2006-2010: The Vietnam Multimedia Corporation (VTC) 1978-2010, 2018: Ho Chi Minh City Television (HTV) FIFA Confederations Cup. 2003, 2013: HTV; 2005, 2009: VTV; FIFA U-20 World Cup

  2. Football is the most popular sport in Vietnam. Its annual V-League competition has taken place since 1980 (except in 1988 and 1999). When Vietnam was split into North Vietnam and South Vietnam, two national teams existed. The North Vietnamese national team was not very active, playing almost exclusively against other Communist countries between ...

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    • 1991 World Cup
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    The 1991 World Cup was the first to operate a qualification system, the 1987 WC having been invitation-only. In the qualifying stage, Asia was combined with Oceania and given two berths. Only four countries took part; Japan, South Korea, Tonga and Western Samoa (Australia, Fiji and New Zealandwere automatic qualifiers). Played as a four-team round-...

    For the 1995 WC, Asia held its own tournament, with the winner qualifying for the finals. This time eight countries entered (Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Thailand), and were split into two groups, with the winners of each group playing each other for the single qualification berth. The final play-off saw...

    For the 1999 WC, Asia was given an extra qualification spot, albeit a repechage one. The same eight countries entered the qualification stages, but to avoid the scorelines witnessed in the previous competition, it was held on a three-stage basis; Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand competing in the first round-robin (with Sri Lanka going through); Ma...

    Asia retained its single berth plus repechage spot (vs. Oceania) in the 2003 WC qualifiers. This time, eleven teams took part, with the Arabian Gulf, China and Kazakhstanjoining the fray. Before Japan and South Korea entered the competition, the other nine teams were split into three round-robin pools, with the winners (China, Hong Kong and Taiwan)...

    Thirteen teams competed in the Asian qualifying tournament for the 2007 WC, Guam and Indiajoining the competition for the first time. Another new format was tried; this one more complex than previously; The first round, played in 2005, consisted of four "divisions"; 1, 2, 3a and 3b. In the second round, the top two of Division One (2005) and the wi...

  4. 2002–03. Counties Manukau. Blues (assistant) Fiji. Warrick Lee " Mac " McCallion (26 July 1950 – 14 March 2018) was a New Zealand rugby union player and coach. McCallion served in the Royal New Zealand Infantry Regiment of the New Zealand Army during the Vietnam War. Aged 17, and having lied about his age to enlist, he was a member of the ...

    • 26 July 1950
    • Warrick Lee McCallion
    • 14 March 2018 (aged 67)
    • Manurewa, New Zealand
  5. The 2015 Rugby World Cup was the eighth Rugby World Cup, the quadrennial rugby union world championship. The tournament was hosted by England [nb 1] from 18 September to 31 October. [2] Of the 20 countries competing in the World Cup in 2011, there was only one change: Uruguay replaced Russia.

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    • 18 September – 31 October (44 days)
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  6. 5 October – The 2003 NRL grand final is won by the Penrith Panthers, who defeated the Sydney Roosters 18-6 to win their second premiership and their first since 1991. It is the Panthers' most recent premiership win to date. 10 October – 22 November – Australia hosts the 2003 Rugby World Cup.

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