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Crown sign Nigerian hotshot George Bisan

Crown sign Nigerian hotshot George Bisan

Phnom Penh Crown unveiled their latest foreign signing, George Bisan, on Saturday ahead of the upcoming Metfone C-League and Samdech Hun Sen Cup campaigns.

The 21-year-old Nigerian striker was out of contract with 2011 league champions Boeung Ket Rubber Field, where he came a close second in the scoring charts to Svay Rieng’s Khoun Laboravy with 18 goals last season.

He also netted 14 times during a loan spell the previous year with relegated club Chhlam Samuth.

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