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Tuesday, November 26, 2013
Hutchy joins Crown
Liam Hutchinson, deep in concentration
Phnom Penh Crown have added a third foreign player to their roster by agreeing
terms with versatile defender-cum-midfielder Liam Hutchinson. 22 years
old, Hutchy was born in Pontypridd in Wales, attended Cymmer Secondary School and whilst studying his BTEC National Diploma in Sports at Pencoed College he gained
six international caps for the Welsh Colleges team. He went onto play
for Ton Pentre before a successful two years with Cambrian & Clydach
where the team won the Welsh League Division 1 championship and were
Welsh League Cup runners-up. His selection for the Wales national futsal
team was cut short when he moved to Australia in April this year to
play for Bunbury Forum Force in the West Australia State League, before
he arrived in Cambodia in October. His versatility, his height, he stands 1.92m tall, and dead-ball expertise will be invaluable additions to coach Sam Schweingruber's options. Liam joins Odion Obadin and George Bisan as
PPCFC's foreign contingent ahead of the upcoming new season.