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Briefs: U23s complete training

Briefs: U23s complete training

CAMBODIA’S footballers concluded their final warm-up preparations for the Southeast Asian Games in Laos next month with a 1-0 defeat to V-League team Can Tho Wednesday afternoon. It was the last work-out for the Cambodian U23s before a 20-man squad of players for the SEA Games is announced Friday. The squad returned from their Vietnam-based Thanh Long training facility today and will train again Friday morning before boarding the bus for the two-day trip to Vientiane Saturday morning. Their first game is against eight-time gold medallists Thailand on December 4.

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