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In Brief: O'donell says 'no easy games'

In Brief: O'donell says 'no easy games'

Cambodian football coach Scott O’Donell acknowledged the tough road ahead for his side in next month’s SEA Games, where Cambodia will be pitted against three of the region’s top teams, Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia, in Group A. “I have to admit that it’s a very difficult group, but in these regional tournaments, there are no easy games. I am looking forward to the SEA Games to see how my young players cope playing against such quality opposition.” Cambodia will play four matches in the group stages.

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