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Lee Tae Hoon saddles up for a second stint

Lee Tae Hoon saddles up for a second stint

The Football Federation of Cambodia have confirmed their appointment of Lee Tae Hoon as national team head coach on a two-year contract from September 1, FFC general secretary Kong Sopanha told the Post yesterday.

The South Korean, who previously took charge of the side between August 2010 and May 2012, will begin training sessions early next month with sights firmly fixed on the U23 squad’s appearance at the 27th SEA Games in Myanmar this December.

The posts of general manager and assistant coaches are still under consideration by the Federation.

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