Saturday, July 16, 2016 – 14:51:50 (VOVworld) – Former football star Ha Bon diligently seeks souvenirs of Vietnamese and world football despite being almost 80 years old. In his small house in Nui Truc Street in Hanoi, which is popularly called ‘the football museum’, Bon keeps hundreds of rare souvenirs of Vietnamese and global football. Ha Bon’s 40-square-meter house welcomes visitors every day. They are either soccer players or fans, many of whom bring Bon their mementos. Dang Van Phuong, President of the Honda Vietnam Football Club, said: “We come to Bon’s house to see his museum and touch the souvenirs he has collected over the years. I gave Bon the T-shirt I wore when I played in the Vietnam-Japan football championship in 1999. I hope the younger generation will learn about this period.” On display in Bon’s museum are the signatures and shirts of world football stars including Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Petr Cech, and Oliver Kahn. He has boots David Beckham wore for games, a signed photo of legendary German goalkeeper Schumacher, and a photo signed by every member of the German National Football Team when they won the 1990 FIFA World Cup. Bon said: “These are three balls of…
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