Monday, August 21, 2017

Under 21s bring BIDC Cup home

Myanmar's U-21 football side returned to Yangon last week bringing with them the Bank of Investment and Development Cambodia Cup after defeating Thailand in a compelling final on October 16.

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Archers to arrive at SEA Games early in search of gold

Sixteen archers from the Myanmar Archery Federation are joining the SEA Games four days before the event starts to better acquaint themselves with conditions.



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A SEA-change for U23 Myanmar?

The Myanmar National League has sacrificed its usual schedule for the last three weeks of the Under-23 season in order to allow more preparation time in the lead up to November’s Sea Games, to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Yangon United crowned double champions

Yangon United FC was crowned champions of the MFF Max Cement Cup after giving Naypyidaw FC a 5-0 drubbing in the final at Thuwunna Stadium.



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Yangon United claims 2011 title

After a thrilling 2-2 draw, Yangon United FC claimed the 2011 Myanmar National League (MNL) championship against Ayeyarwady United FC at Yangon’s Thuwana Stadium on September 28.

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Rakhapura United under single ownership

The close of the Myanmar National League on 28th September could not come quickly enough for Rakhapura United FC as it falls under single ownership.

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Thailand wins U-19 football final

Thailand was crowned champions of the ASEAN Football Federation’s U-19 Championship 2011 after defeating Vietnam in a hard-fought contest at Yangon’s Thuwanna Stadium.


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Myanmar aims for AFC club football upgrade

Asian Football Confederation director of competitions Tokuaki Suzuki said last week that Myanmar has “huge potential” to lift itself into the second-tier of the region’s club competition, the AFC Cup.

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Thousands of foreign jade traders in Nay Pyi Taw

Almost 4000 foreign traders, the majority Chinese, are in the capital for this month’s gem emporium, a spokesperson from the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism said last week.

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Myanmar defeats Mongolia 2-0

Myanmar's national football side will face Oman in the next qualifying round for the 2014 FIFA World Cup after defeating Mongolia 2-0.



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Magwe FC
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