Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Indonesia ahoy

News has just reached me that the Cambodian national team have booked themselves a game this month, against the Indonesia national side to be played at the Jakabaring Stadium in Palembang, Sumatra Indonesia. It'll be on 21 November and Cambodia have been pencilled in to replace Hong Kong, who pulled out. It will be Cambodia's first game since their unsuccessful qualification attempt in last month's Suzuki Cup competition in Laos. The Indonesians are upset though as there was talk that Argentina would be arriving for a friendly game. I await with interest the national coach Lee Tae-Hoon's squad selection after the failure to progress in the Suzuki Cup.
Update: All bets are off, the friendly fixture has been cancelled. No reason given.

2 comments:

Carl said...

News about the Cambodian national team, who booked themselves is amazing to read,and also about the Indonesia side to play is also good to tell.

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Anonymous said...

Great news for cambodia national football team. But the changes of the national team should be done by the cambodian head coach, Lee. I think he should select at least 50% to 60% experienced players if he want to renew the contract with FFC.

No one is the best without enough practice.

Regards,
Ryra