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Kyaw Ko Ko, the star striker from Yangon United FC that is one of powerhouse teams in Myanmar National League, will undergo a drug test within days after seeking the agreement with Chiangrai United, one of the top clubs in Thailand League 1.
The officials of Yangon United FC discussed with those from Chiangrai United over the transfer of Yangon United’s striker and reached the agreement.
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The transfer of Myanmar’s star footballer Aung Thu to Police Tero, one of the top clubs of Thailand’s Premier League for the 2018 season has reached a final agreement, a source of Myanmar national league team said.
Brian L. Marcar, the boss of Police Tero, met with Dr Sai Sam Tun, the boss of Yadanabon FC, the powerhouse team in Myanmar national league in Yangon on November 21 and they negotiated the transfer of Yandanarbon FC’s striker. They finalized the final agreement on the transfer of the striker of Myanmar national team.
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YANGON - Myanmar will be effectively striving to compete in the Asian U-19 qualifier for 2018 to be held in Cambodia on November 4, says Chit Naing, a head coach of Myanmar U-19 national football team.
Myanmar will play along with China, Philippines and Cambodia in Group-G, which will be held from November 4 to 8.
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The final matches of 2017 SEA Games women's football tournament took place in Malaysia on Thursday and Myanmar had to settle for a bronze medal, while Vietnam became champions after beating Thailand on goals difference.
Vietnam beat hosts Malaysia 6-0 and Thailand defeated the Philippines 3-1. After the group matches, Vietnam and Thailand both had 10 points each but Vietnam had a goal difference of 11 to Thailand’s nine. The woeful Malaysia finished on 0 points with a negative goal difference of 18.
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Myanmar's male under-22 footballers have secured a SEA Games semi-final place on August 26 after three consecutive wins against Singapore, Laos and Brunei in group A. Hosts Malaysia also qualify.
After improving with each match, the team will be eyeing a tournament win. But they will still want to address the number of wasted balls and poor passes to improve their performances in the knock-out stages. Observers will be watching to see if the squad is rotated ahead of the semi final.