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Mekong region U21 sides to play BIDC Cup

Mekong region U21 sides to play BIDC Cup

The Football Federation of Cambodia held a meeting at the Phnom Penh Hotel on Tuesday to approve rules and match schedule for the upcoming 2011 Mekong Region U21 International Football Tournament BIDC Cup. Representatives from the football associations of Thailand, Vietnam and Laos attended the meeting, which was presided over by FFC President Sao Sokha. The tournament, sponsored by Vietnamese bank BIDC and set to run from October 6-17 at Olympic Stadium, will feature U21 teams from Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar and China. The sides will be split into two groups of three, with the top two of each group advancing to semifinals and then final, although there will be no third placed playoff.

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