AFC President's Cup, the Neftchi coach had been very complimentary about Phnom Penh Crown, saying how well they'd hosted the qualifying stage and how strong Crown were as a team. He was then seen in the stands watching Crown's private training session on the main pitch and was asked to leave the arena by the AFC officials. Crown meet Neftchi from Kyrgyzstan in the first game of the final stages tomorrow at 4pm local time. However friendly the teams are off the pitch, and the relationship between Crown and Neftchi is based on mutual respect, when it comes to the actual competition, your best friend becomes your enemy. Crown coach David Booth announced himself happy with his team's 1-hour training session on the excellent stadium surface. "I was pleased with that session. We looked sharp, quick and hungry. We have the chance to make history tomorrow and that's what I've told the players. It's their time."