The Myanmar Times
Friday, 31 October 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Myanmar going to U-20 World Cup in 2015

In a historic first, Myanmar has qualified for a spot in the FIFA Under-20 World Cup.

 

 

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Myanmar, Yemen unable to find the goal

Myanmar was held to a goal-less draw in its opening match of the AFC U19 Championship against Yemen last week in Yangon.

 

 

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Yadanarbon FC clinches third title

Yadanarbone Football Club representing Mandalay Region has been crowned champions of the Myanmar National League season after a critical win last week.

 

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The Big Rooster brings Aussie rules football to Myanmar

Julian “Big Rooster” Clark, a veteran of 20 Australian rules football seasons as an expat, nurtures new teams wherever his work as an engineer has taken him.


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Fighting Cocks to launch youth program

Get them young: that’s the tactic the Myanmar Fighting Cocks are using to build a competitive Australian rules football team for the future.


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Capital to host regional martial arts tournament

Myanmar is set to host the 3rd Southeast Asian vovinam tournament next month in Nay Pyi Taw.

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Myanmar athletes to compete at Para Games in S Korea

A delegation from the Myanmar Disabled Sport Federation will compete in at the Asian Para Games this October in Incehon, South Korea, federation leaders confirmed last week.

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Two Two eyes Golden Belt

Southeast Asian Games traditional boxing gold medallist Two Two will challenge Golden Belt champion Saw Nga Man for his title as part of an eight fight card next month.

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Htun Htun Min headlines Thai-Myanmar boxing tournament

Southeast Asian Games gold medal winner Htun Htun Min will take on Thailand’s Weerapol in the main event of the “One on One” traditional boxing tournament next week.

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Fans bemoan SkyNet grip on World Cup

With the World Cup just days away football fever is rising in Myanmar. But a sizable time difference between host nation Brazil and limited broadcasting rights are threatening fans’ chances to watch football’s biggest showcase.

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