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Khiev Sameth wins AFF vice-president post

Khiev Sameth wins AFF vice-president post

Brigadier General Khiev Sameth, Vice President of the Football Federation of Cambodia, was elected as Vice President of the ASEAN Football Federation at the AFF 18th Congress  held in Bangkok on Sunday. Francisco Kabualdi Lay from Timor Leste and Viphet Sihachakr from Laos were also elected as Vice Presidents. Duong Vu Lam from Vietnam retained his vice-presidency, while Cambodia’s Ravy Khek and Pengiran Matusin Matasan from Brunei lost their positions. Malaysia’s HRH Sultan Haji Ahmad Shah was voted in as the new AFF President after he was uncontested in an election.

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