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Champs Crown bag Dutch master Bosma

Champs Crown bag Dutch master Bosma

Phnom Penh Crown have announced the latest addition to their Metfone C-League winning squad, attacking midfielder Koen Bosma.

The Dutchman, who turns 24 next month, had a successful trial with Crown in July which included a hat-trick during a friendly against TriAsia, according to a press release from the club on Friday.

“Joining PPCFC is a perfect move for me,” Bosma was quoted as saying in the release. “I have high expectations and the fans can expect goals and assists from me. I am a player who loves to have the ball and take on opponents.”

Bosma played for Dutch third tier side VVSB, scoring 17 goals and making 16 assists from 27 matches in the past season. He also holds a degree in international sports management.

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