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Five FFC match officials get invitations abroad

Five FFC match officials get invitations abroad

Five of the Football Federation of Cambodia’s match officials have been invited to officiate games at upcoming international tournaments, according to the FFC. Referee Thoung Chan Kitsha and assistant ref Kim Pisal will call matches at the Asian Youth Games from August 13-23 in Nanjing, China, after receiving invites from the Asian Football Confederation.

Thoung will also adjudicate Group G ties of the AFC U16 Championships in Hong Kong from September 21-29.

Invitations from the ASEAN Football Federation have seen referee assistant Si Pisal and referee evaluator Toy Bunthoeun given the nod for appearances at the AFF U19 Championships in Indonesia from September 9-25, while referee Tuy Vichheka and assistant ref Sor Chob Veasna are bound for the AFF U16 Championship in Naypyidaw from August 20 to September 2.


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