The Myanmar Times
Thursday, 27 November 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Women’s national team coach disappointed despite 5-0 win

Myanmar coach Kumada Yoshinori was far from pleased with his side’s performance despite notching a comfortable 5-0 win over Laos in the opening match of the ASEAN Football Federation Women’s Championship.

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Eyes on the Davis Cup

The Myanmar Tennis Federation trains its focus on outreach, while putting recent controversy in the past.

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Booted

Myanmar Football Federation suspends Khine Htoo for next season after final match brawl

 

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Ugly clash as fans trash stadium

The Myanmar Football Federation has said that fans and players involved in August 4 clashes that disrupted the Myanmar National League’s (MNL) final match of the season will face harsh penalties for their actions.

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Yangon United take out third consecutive MNL crown

Yangon United FC captured their third consecutive Myanmar National League title on July 29 at Yangon United Soccer Complex with a win over Magwe FC .

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Magwe FC axes hep-A positive Karamanov

Bulgarian footballer Ivan Karamanov has left Myanmar National League side Magwe FC after being diagnosed with hepatitis A.

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Yadanarbon and Yangon United draw

Reigning Myanmar National League champions Yangon United FC could only muster a draw against Yadanarbon FC when the teams met on July 23 at Bahtoo Stadium in Mandalay.

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Basketball teams fall to US visitors

Vision Sports basketball squads handily defeated the Myanmar men’s and women’s national teams on July 25 in Nay Pyi Taw.

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Rise of the Asian warriors - Opinion

It's not a secret.
Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) is big. Really big. Check out any developed country here in Asia and you’ll see MMA fans, MMA gyms and other MMA-related business booming and becoming bigger and bigger. There’s little doubt the sport is well on its way to becoming the number one sport the world over.

 

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FIFA, Myanmar lay out vision

The Myanmar Football Federation and FIFA unveiled on June 27 a new eight–year strategic plan for the country’s football program that includes five key upgrades aimed at facilitating the sport’s development domestically.

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