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Crown’s tough draw in President’s Cup finals

Crown’s tough draw in President’s Cup finals

Metfone C-League champions Phnom Penh Crown face a daunting task in the 2011 AFC President’s Cup final stage, after being placed in group B alongside holders Yadanarbon of Myanmar and Kyrgyzstan’s Neftchi Kochkor-Ata during a draw at AFC House in Kuala Lumpur on Friday. Neftchi had beaten Crown 1-0 in their group stage match held at Olympic Stadium in May. The six-team finals will be played at the National Stadium in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, from September 19 to 25. Top teams from each group will qualify for the final, with Taiwan Power Company, FC Balkan of Turkmenistan and Tajikistan’s Istiklol comprising Group A.

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