Koo Luam Khen

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Koo Luam Khen (or Khoo Luan Khen, simplified Chinese: 古廉权; traditional Chinese: 古廉權, born 27 March 1951) is a Malaysian former national football player. He participated in the 1972 Munich Olympic Games.[1] He was the former coach of Hong Kong national football team, Hong Kong League team Instant-Dict and Sun Hei. He won "Best Coach of the Year" in Hong Kong Top Footballer Awards 2003 and 2005.[2]

In early 2013, Koo coached the Northern Mariana Islands football team in the 2014 AFC Challenge Cup qualification tournament in Nepal.[3][4][5]

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