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Bin Thierry signs on for two years with Crown

Bin Thierry signs on for two years with Crown

Phnom Penh Crown released news yesterday of yet another contract extension to one of their star players, with French-born midfielder Bin Chantha Thierry agreeing to stay with the Metfone C-League champions until 2016.

The 23-year-old is currently training with the Cambodian national team ahead of their 2014 Suzuki Cup qualification tournament in Laos in October. “I’m extremely happy to sign for two more years and to remain in Cambodia,” Thierry was quoted as saying in Crown’s press release yesterday.

“I love the club, the players, the staff and I’m very excited to stay, especially to play in the AFC Cup next year.”

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