The Football Federation have invited 29 players to attend Cambodian national team training beginning on Monday, ahead of the AFF Suzuki Cup qualifying competition to be held in October, which is seven months away. Seven Phnom Penh Crown players have been named in the provisional list and they are: Sou Yaty, Hong Pheng, Kok Boris, Bin Thierry, Sos Suhana, Kouch Sokumpheak and Khim Borey. The rest of the training squad call-up are: (Boeung Ket) Pancharong, Vathanaka, Sokngon, Samoeun, Sovan, Laboravy; (Naga) Rithy, Thavrak, Sovannrithy; (TriAsia) Chanrasmey, Simay, Sinoun, Virak, Dani; (Army) Vichet, Chhoeun, Soksana, Khemrin; (Svay Rieng) P M Udom, Sophea; (Nat Police) Piseth, Ol Ravy.
Breaking news of former Phnom Penh Crown head coach David Booth who has just taken charge of Lao Toyota FC of Vientiane in
the Laos Premier League. He was the head coach of former Indian League
champions Salgaocar last season before leaving and seeking a new appointment. That came earlier this week and it's a return to a country where David was the national team coach in 2010.
The 2014 Hun Sen Cup was won by National Police with a 2-0 win over BBU in the final at Olympic Stadium this evening. Goals by Noun Borey and Ol Ravy clinched it, and Police also picked up the top keeper (Prak Phearun) and most valuable player (Tith Dina) awards too. Boeung Ket's Khuon Labvoravy won top scorer award with 14 goals.