The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 03 September 2015
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

MFF pays Nay Pyi Taw’s way

Nay Pyi Taw FC’s failure to pay the wages of their footballers and support staff will go to the Myanmar Football Federation’s Disciplinary Committee before the side faces off against Yangon United on August 8.

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Cycle and #SaveMyanmar

As the Vuelta kicks off in Spain, Myanmar’s Cycle and Make a Difference Tour will arrive in Sagaing this weekend, with the prize-money set to be donated to the flood victims in the area.

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MNL prayer for promotion and more weekend football fixtures

Today at the Padonmar Stadium, Yangon, Gospel for Asia FC has the chance to join Southern Myanmar in next year’s Myanmar National League – 1 – if they can manage a draw against promotion challengers Horizon FC.

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One from Myanmar will go to Beijing

Myanmar will attend the World Athletics Championships in Beijing and their lone representative will be 20-year-old Aye Aye Aung

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In Pictures: Myawaddy U19 side takes MNL -2 Youth title

Myawady U19 side were awarded the Myanmar National League - 2 Youth title on August 17, while Southern Myanmar and Dagon FC placed second and third.

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New Zealand game to #SaveMyanmar

Flood victims will benefit from the proceeds from Myanmar’s upcoming international football friendly with New Zealand on September 7. The All Whites will be the first non-Asian senior national side to visit Myanmar since East Germany in 1963.

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One up but who will go down?

The title race for Myanmar’s top flight is all but settled, but competition for second place and to avoid the drop is tight and likely to go to the wire.

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A new dawn?

A new age dawned for Myanmar’s senior football team this week when 15 players were elevated from the successful U20 and U23 national sides.

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Crossing the Jordan

Jordan Nyako has disputed the claim of former employers Rakhine United that he was fired for “poor discipline”. Last week the Myanmar National League-1 side announced on social media its split with the Nigerian striker.

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Minister to decide on Beijing trip

Minister of Sport Tint Hsan is expected to make his decision early next week on the question of whether Myanmar will take part in this month’s World Athletics Championships.

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TeamGPGDPTS
Yangon United
15 28 43
Ayeyawady
United
14 14 29
Magwe FC
14 14 29
Yadanarbon FC
14 13 29
KBZ FC
15 5 25
Chin United
15 -5 15
Nay Pyi Taw FC
15 -11 15
Zeyar Shwe Myay
FC
14 -8 14
Zwekapin FC
15 -9 14
Hantharwady FC
15 -6 11
Manaw Myay FC
15 -16 11
Rakhine United
15 -19 11
Last Updated - 18 August 2015