I will have some interesting news for you regarding the future of Cambodian football in a day or two. Can't spill the beans just yet but it will impact on the nation's fledgling football community, and not in a positive way. The Wednesday game this week is a bottom of the table clash between Prek Pra and Chhma Khmao. Both teams now have 3 points apiece and are on the crest of a wave following their tough baptism in the C-League this season. There's another two weeks of football before the first half of the C-League season comes to an end and the clubs take a short break. Don't forget we have the Super 4 play-offs again this season, so effectively the league campaign is just to determine the top four teams who'll then compete for the league championship title. I don't like the idea myself, as I believe a league title should be decided over the course of a whole season, not an end of season play-off dog-fight, though I must admit it brought some excitement to the back end of last year's season.
Update on Wednesday; Prek Pra came through the bottom of the table dog-fight with Chhma Khmao, as the victors wining 3-1, leaving the Black Cats rooted firmly at the foot of the C-League. Chhma Khmao took the lead through Meak Chhararavuth but 2 goals from Mat Hasan and one from Dennis Nwaizu sealed the win for Prek Pra.