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Homeless World Cup team seek late funding

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Homeless World Cup team seek late funding

The Happy Football Cambodia Australia charity organisation is making a last ditch effort at raising funds for their team’s participation at this year’s Homeless World Cup, which is being held in Mexico City from October 6 to 14.

HFCA head coach Jimmy Campbell is looking to take all seven of his selected squad members to the annual tournament, having suc-cessfully sent sides to represent the Kingdom in the past five editions, but admitted that “time is running out”. 

To contact the reporter on this story: Dan Riley at [email protected]

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