News Hem Sreng part of winning Championship team in Cambodia

HFCA are delighted to announce that former player Hem Sreng won his first medal as a professional footballer on the 25th of December.

Sreng is a defender and played an important part in his team Kirivong Sok Sen Chey FC been crowned champions of the very first season of the Cambodian Second League which is Division 2 football of Cambodia

Sreng (kneeling just above trophy) with his Kirivong Sok Sen Chey FC team mates.

Sreng joined the HFCA program in 2008 and was delighted when selected by Coach Jimmy Campbell to take part in the Homeless World Cup in Paris in 2011

Sreng told HFCA media after the trophy and medals were handed out "HFCA taught me the importance of working hard and been part of a team. Going to Paris made me believe anything is possible. I love been a professional footballer as this is what I dreamed about since I was a little boy. I visit the HFCA program when I have free time and tell the young players there to listen to the coaches, train hard and stay away from drugs, if they do this then maybe they can be professional footballers too."

In Cambodia v Brazil game in 2011 in Paris Sreng fights for the ball. Picture Mik La Vage.

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