Cambodian top-flight league champions Boeung Ket Angkor is looking to sign two more foreign players ahead of the upcoming 2017 Cambodian League season, the club’s manager Be Maraka confirmed.
“The club has planned to sign two foreign players, one defender and one midfielder. We will also improve our youth coaching system, of course”, the coach said.
“In the next few days, the players will gather at our training camp, and we will talk to them and see if they want to renew their contract. Some players may leave, but we will keep most of them”, Maraka told local newspapers.
Boeung Ket Angkor has won the 2016 Cambodian League with just one point ahead of rivals National Defense Ministry.