Team Cambodia win the hearts and minds of Santiago public. Whilst all the team were stars in their own right and it doesn't seem fair to single out one above the other its very hard to explain what a huge impact Langeng had on every single person he met or who had the pleasure of seeing him play. Officially the smallest player in the tournament at 4 foot 5 inches he has the heart of a giant and the soul of a warrior. He scored 23 goals in 13 games and was our leader on the pitch.
Cambodia and our Asian neighbors Korea in action
Off the pitch he had a smile that could warm the coldest of hearts. Everyone wanted a picture with him and he was very accommodating to all the requests. A top footballer and more importantly a great young man. Langeng grew up on the dumps of Phnom Penh and to see where he is now, is a great credit to our partner Cambodian Children's Fund.
Cambodian team meet HWC President Mel Young.
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Theng Langeng played for Team Cambodia in the 2014 Homeless World Cup in Chile.
Team Cambodia win the hearts and minds of Santiago public.
Team Cambodia are settling into the host city of Santiago.
HFCA are working hard to get the team to the Homeless World Cup
Khoun Bora was delighted to be selected to attend the Homeless World Cup in Chile.
Meet the players.
HFCA announce the Cambodian team for the upcoming event in Chile.
Players from our five partners are training twice a week in preparation for Chile.
Team Cambodia's application to take part in the 13th Homeless World Cup has been successful.