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Admin Jing Jork – sports lover to football commentator

Publication date 27 November 2020 | 16:13 | ICT

Choeun Bunchork, better known as Admin Jing Jork, is a football commentator who also entertains sports fans with his talking talent. To become a football commentator, he says one must be good in English, be well aware of football rules and



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