Saturday, April 3, 2010

More than a dozen

The scene at the Olympic Stadium during today's first match. By the way that's Gold Tower 42 in the top right of the picture, which will be the city's tallest building when complete.
There is no stopping the ball hitting the back of the net in the Metfone C-League this season, which is good news for the supporters in the stadium and the CTN armchair fans at home. In today's two matches, we saw 13 goals as National Defense Ministry put Kirivong to the sword by 4-nil, and then Wat Phnom demolished newboys Prek Pra Keila 6-3. The floodlights stayed on after the teams left the field as CTN had gathered the Cambodian national team squad together for some promotional work, though Khim Borey missed it after suffering a painful foot injury in the day's opening game, and Kuoch Sokumpheak was limping and looks likely to miss tomorrow's Khemara match. More match details later.
Members of the Cambodian national football team wait for instructions from the CTN executives during their promotional film shoot

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