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Khmer-Europe star signs up with Crown

Khmer-Europe star signs up with Crown

Phnom Penh Crown’s newest signing Thierry Bin will be welcomed by head coach Sam Schweingruber and club staff at Phnom Penh International Airport at 4:10pm this afternoon.

The 21-year-old, who can play as a midfielder or striker, previously featured in the France U16 national squad.

He also impressed on Cambodian soil when playing for Khmer Europe XI during their tour last month that included scoring a free kick in a friendly against Crown.

“[Thierry Bin] is determined to help take Cambodian football forwards with Phnom Penh Crown FC,” the club wrote on its facebook site on Saturday.

To contact the reporter on this story: Dan Riley at [email protected]

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