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Brief: Champions Crown lose manager and coach

Brief: Champions Crown lose manager and coach

Phnom Penh Crown manager Be Makara, who led the side to two Samdech Hun Sen Cup triumphs and two league titles since his appointment in 2006, has announced his resignation. The 32-year-old manager revealed he is to pursue a job as Marketing and Public Relations manager for Thai second division club Mukdahan FC. Crown coach Apisit Im Amphai has also quit his post, and will join second division team Buriram FC in his native Thailand.

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