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PPCrown face Armed Forces in Singapore Cup

PPCrown face Armed Forces in Singapore Cup

Sunday night’s draw for the 2011 RHB Singapore Cup saw Metfone C-League heavyweights Phnom Penh Crown pitted against eight-time S League champions Singapore Armed Forces FC in the preliminary round slated for a date in June. Crown, who were knocked out at the first hurdle of last year’s competition by eventual runners-up Etoile FC, will hope to improve on their 2009 run that saw them make the quarterfinals. Reigning champions Bangkok Glass, however, will not be returning to defend their title.

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