National U23 goalkeeper Bui Tien Dung will auction his gloves to support billiard player Do Hoang Quan, who is suffering from cancer.

Goalkeeper Bui Tien Dung (Photo VNA)

Dung, through his FLC Thanh Hoa FC, wants to sell the gloves, which he wore during the Asian Championship tournament, at a price of 5 million VND (220 USD). The auction will continue until February 25.

The money will be donated to Quan, recognised as an excellent Vietnamese cueists, who has been listed in critical condition for several weeks.




                                     Source: VNA

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