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Sports coverage has improved dramatically

Sports coverage has improved dramatically

Dear Editor,

On November 27, 2008, you printed my letter bemoaning the lack of local sports coverage in the Post.

In

all fairness, your coverage has improved dramatically since then, and I

must congratulate you for this welcome change for the better. Local

football, in particular, has been extensively covered in recent months,

and I hope this trend will continue for the forthcoming Cambodia

Premier League season and the international matches scheduled for

April.

And, of course, let's not forget the other sports played in the Kingdom.

Bravo the Post.

Andy Brouwer

Phnom Penh

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