Saturday, May 22, 2010

Thavrak signs up

Om Thavrak (left) and one of his biggest fans
One obvious face missing from the Naga Corp team that played in the AFC President's Cup in Burma last week was their skipper Om Thavrak. It appears that the new bosses in charge of Naga have decided that he is no longer part of their future plans and he's been told to find another club. As a current Cambodian international and one of the hardest men in the C-League that didn't present the no-nonsense, blood and guts centre half with any problem and he's been training with the Ministry of National Defense with a view to lining-up for them in the second half of the current C-League season. The rules state that he has to wait until the mid-season break to sign for a new club. He won the championship last year as Naga's skipper and his leadership qualities are obvious, and will be a massive asset to what is still a young and improving Army team. Certainly a case of the Army's gain and Naga's loss if you ask me.

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