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U14 boys return from AFC festival without win

U14 boys return from AFC festival without win

The U14 Boys national football team returned home yesterday having completed five days of fierce competition at the AFC U14 Festival of Football in Sabah, Malaysia.

Despite failing to register a single victory from nine matches, the squad, led by Phnom Penh Crown Academy coach Bouy Dary, held Myanmar (twice) and Australia to draws.

Kunthea Ravan, Yeu Muslim, Kim Hap and In Sodavid netted a goal each during the tournament.

To contact the reporter on this story: Ung Chamroeun at [email protected]

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