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Vietnam has now become the hub of Football Freestyle in Asia thanks to Kaos Footballista, Nam the Man and a series of Events that have set new benchmarks in the world of Football Freestyle! 


Firstly, a nationwide CLEARmen Football Freestyle internet competition saw hundreds of entrants whittled down to 50 by Nam the Man and the rest of the judging panel; and from there Vietnam’s Top 10 Freestylers were then selected to compete in a live stage competition conducted in Ho Chi Minh City in front of over 15,000 spectators! 


This was without doubt the biggest ever crowd to watch a live Football Freestyle competition anywhere in the world! The individual component of the competition saw some fantastic music based choreography by the Freestylers that sent the enormous crowd into raptures of delight and disbelief at the skills on display!



Kaos in Vietnam

Nam the Man said, “The overall standard was exceptional and rivalled the levels of Freestyling found anywhere in Europe! Once all the Ten CLEARmen Finalists completed their individual shows – the best four were selected by the Judges to compete in a “Battle” format for the Semi Finals and Finals – that eventually saw 27 year old, Le Anh Tuan from Hanoi crowned the Vietnamese National CLEARmen Champion!


All ten Finalists were worthy of being crowned Champion and it is a real shame that only one person can win – but that’s Freestyle!” “The crowd of 15,000 who watched this competition is without doubt the biggest audience ever to watch a live Football Freestyle competition and is certainly something that the Vietnamese people should be very proud of”, he added.  Managing Director of Kaos Football, Peter Konsto who helped take Nam back to Vietnam said, “To stage an Event such as this one and make it so big is an incredible achievement for Vietnam and one that other organisers around the world should look to and emulate”


Following the success of the Event in Ho Chi Minh City, it was difficult to see what would happen when the whole Football Freestyle event was then moved to Hanoi – but here too another world first was achieved, with the longest choreographed Football Freestyle Show ever produced put on to entertain the Hanoi crowd of 5,000.



Kaos in Vietnam

Nam the Man was the main Choreographer who in conjunction with the ten Finalists put on a show that lasted just over 40 minutes – all set to vibrant music that had the crowd wanting more! Indeed, it was Nam the Man who started the whole Football Freestyle explosion in Vietnam not only as a world-wide role model for the sport – but with the establishment of his own Vietnamese website and forum over two years ago. Both Events were an incredible achievement and Nam the Man was more than excited to be invited back to both support and help the sport grow even further.


“It’s amazing that by planting this little seed with our Vietnamese language Forum and Website – how quickly things then spread and grew! I always knew I had a certain Vietnamese following and fan base, but Football Freestyle in itself has become very strong here with Football Freestyle Clubs starting up all over Vietnam with Hanoi being the main centre for the sport. Countless media interviews and special reports in all media outlets helped not only to lift the profile of Nam the Man himself but of the sport of Football Freestyle to new levels. 


Nam also appeared on a 45 minute chat show called TALK VIETNAM (he was the only interviewee!!) and did three performances together with some of the CLEARmen Finalists. The show will be broadcast all over the world on Vietnam Satellite TV – as well as prime time in Vietnam on VTV1 and VTV4 – and is a testament to his celebrity status in Vietnam and a great promotion for Football Freestyle! “ This TALK VIETNAM show will promote the sport to the large Vietnamese communities based all over the world and help increase my profile further that we all hope will open up a whole host of opportunities!” Nam added.


Nam also wanted to say a special thank you to his cousin Tieu Ngoc Nguyen who has been a crucial link and an incredible support for Nam in helping in all his work in Vietnam, “Without the help of Ngoc, none of this would have been possible” he concluded.


Ngoc himself added, “Our aim is to make Vietnamese Football Freestyle the best in the whole of Asia and with Nam’s backing and support, this will definitely be achieved! We want to build, grow and create a network here in Asia. The next step is to establish an Asian wide competition that we hope will be even bigger and better than this CLEARmen competition!”