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Cambodia head out for SEA Games group stage

Cambodia head out for SEA Games group stage

The Cambodian U23 team fly out to Myanmar today ahead of their opening SEA Games Group B fixture on Saturday against the hosts. Coach Lee Tae-hoon of South Korea stuck to his tried and tested squad during recent friendlies and the 2013 BIDC Cup.

The 20 players making the cut include goalkeepers Sou Yaty (Phnom Penh Crown) and Sar Sophea (Svay Rieng); defenders Sok Rithy (Naga Corp), Touch Pancharong (Boeung Ket), Sok Sovan (BK), Sok Pheng (BK) and Say Piseth (National Police); midfielders Chhin Chhoeun (MND), Khek Khemarin (MND), Tum Saray (SR), Prak Mony Udom (SR), Chhun Sothearath (BK), Srey Oudom (Police), Chan Vathanaka (BK), Ke Vannak (MND) and Bin Chantha Thierry (Crown); forwards Keo Sokngorn (Boeung Ket), Ros Samoeun (BK), Phoung Soksana (MND) and Sos Souhana (Crown).

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