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Gunning for goals

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TRACEY SHELTON

Members of the national football

team play against Nigerian footballers from Cambodia's domestic league

at Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh on Wednesday afternoon. Cambodia won

the match 5-2. The national squad are preparing for a round of

qualifying matches in October that could see them compete in Southeast

Asia's prestigious Suzuki Cup tournament this December.

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