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Young refs trained up ahead of U13 festival

Young refs trained up ahead of U13 festival

The Football Federation of Cambodia launched a six-day referee training course for match officials under the age of 25 on Sunday at the new National Football Centre in Takeo province’s Bati district.

32 young referees, including eight females, will be trained up by FFC instructors Toy Bunhoeun and Toy Vichheka (not related) to officiate matches at the upcoming U13 Festival of Football at the same facility from July 7-14.

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