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AFF hold coach course

AFF hold coach course

Football Federation of Cambodia (FFC) deputy general secretary May Tola, FFC official Keo Sareth, and Cambodian national team coach Scott O’Donell, completed a four-day seminar for technical directors in Petaling Jaya, Malaysia Wednesday, co-organised by the Asean Football Federation (AFF) and the French Football Federation. According to the official AFF website, a total of 18 representatives from all Asean countries except Brunei, and including Timor Leste, participated in the course which saw them work through practical sessions and intense theoretical classroom lessons with French coaching experts Gerard Houllier and Eric Mombaerts.

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