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Two teams still without points in the AFF Suzuki Cup clash as Cambodia host Laos at the National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh.
Days after their star forward Chan Vathanaka noted down on social media that he wasn’t good enough to play for the national team, another Cambodia star has dropped yet another bombshell when he revealed that he had though of quitting the Angkor Warriors team due to abuse from own fans!
Myanmar came from behind to beat Cambodia 4-1 on Monday and get their AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 Group A campaign off to a winning start.
We all love a funny own goal or a hilarious mistake leading to an opposition player scoring, so when a stunning incident came to the forefront from a Cambodian youth league match, it certainly caught our attention.
Much has been said about Cambodia’s new high-profile managerial signing.
Malaysia eked out a hard-fought 1-0 win over Cambodia in the opening match of the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup. While both sides had plenty of opportunities to grab 3 points from the encounter, it was Harimau Malaya that ultimately took home the spoils.
The Football Federation of Cambodia on Tuesday announced the 23-member national team squad that will take part in the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup, the premier football competition of Southeast Asia.
Cambodia have released their dashing new home and away kits that they will wear during their campaign in the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup this month as they look to start a new era under Japanese legend Keisuke Honda.
FOX Sports Asia football editor Gabriel Tan continues to look ahead to AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 by focusing on Cambodia in our fourth team preview.
With AFF Suzuki Cup 2018 fast approaching, FOX Sports Asia football editor Gabriel Tan picks out five key lessons from Singapore’s 2-1 friendly win over Cambodia.
It was a tale of two halves as Singapore came away with a 2-1 come-from-behind victory over Cambodia at the Phnom Penh Olympic Stadium on Tuesday night.
Fox Sports Asia brings you a weekly watch on what Cambodia’s Chan Vathanaka, Keo Sokpheng and Myanmar duo Kyaw Ko Ko and Aung Thu are up to.
FOX Sports Asia football editor Gabriel Tan looks at what the future could hold for Cambodia as they begin life under Keisuke Honda.
FOX Sports Asia brings you a weekly watch on what Cambodia’s Chan Vathanaka, Keo Sokpheng and Myanmar duo Kyaw Ko Ko and Aung Thu are up to.
And so it ends. There was so much excitement in Cambodia, and a little in Malaysia too, when Chan Vathanaka signed for Pahang FA in December 2017.
Following Chan Vathanaka’s exit from Pahang FA, we list down three potential Southeast Asia clubs that will benefit from his attacking prowess.
Cambodian playmaker Keo Sokpheng has left Malaysia Super League club PKNP FC with the May transfer window looming.
The Kouprey Blue are due to face neighbours Laos in a friendly in Vientiane on March 21 before jetting off to Dushanbe to play Afghanistan in their Asian Cup qualifier.
When Afghanistan travelled to Phnom Penh in June 2017 for their 2019 Asian Cup qualifier, they didn’t know what awaited them. Cambodia may not be giants of Asian football or even Southeast Asian football but what the country lacks in past achievements, they make up for in passion and heart.
When FOX Sports Asia visited northern Cambodia for last season’s final league match, there was a highly unusual sight in the stands at Svay Thom Stadium in Siem Reap.