4 Myanmar National League titles, 1 Myanmar Football Federation Cup and a SEA Games bronze medal under his belt within 8 years after turning professional, Yangon United & Myanmar's Captain Yan Aung Kyaw has been regarded as the best holding midfielder Myanmar has ever produced.
A young footballer emerged in Myanmar and has created a new wave of football evolution in the name of Kyaw Ko Ko. The Yangon United & Myanmar International striker has the pace and mentality to break the old style of football in the Country and
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It was a final which many would have expected the Thais to walk away with the gold medal comfortably. Yes, Thailand did so as per what many would have been expecting them to do so, but Myanmar did not give in without a hard fight.Thailand
Singapore’s famous coach, PN Sivaji, was back in town for a short break and Junpiter Futbol (JPF) managed to catch up with him at his most comfortable neighbourhood coffee-shop! So what did the former Singapore National Team’s coach, FAS Technical Director and S-League clubs’ coach