Lee Tae-Hoon, the new national team coach of Cambodia, at Olympic Stadium this afternoon
The new national football team coach of Cambodia - Lee Tae-Hoon - met his players for the first time this afternoon. A squad of 36 players were called into the federation headquarters at Olympic Stadium to introduce themselves to the 39-year-old coach from South Korea and to hear more of the immediate plans before the squad is reduced to about 25 players for the training camp in Vietnam from the 31st of this month. Serious training will begin tomorrow morning at Olympic Stadium under the new coach, who's most recent experience was as the assistant coach of the South Korean national women's team. 8 of the players who reported in today are carrying injuries including Keo Sokngorn, San Narith, Samreth Seiha and Khim Borey. How serious those injuries are will have to be determined by the medical staff. Lee Tae-Hoon - his family name is Lee - spoke briefly to the players through an interpreter and introduced his backroom team, assistant coaches Ieng Saknida, Oum Savong, goalkeeping coach Prak Sovanny and physio Hay Sakiry.