The Myanmar Times
Wednesday, 30 July 2014
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Red Devil greats join charity match in Yangon

Former Manchester United stars featured in a charity football match between retired Myanmar legends and a side comprised of foreign players who compete in the Myanmar National League (MNL) at Yangon’s Thuwanna Stadium on June 9.

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Women’s football side blanks India

The national women’s team kicked off the qualifying round for the 2014 Asian Cup with a 2-0 win over India on May 21.

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Wheelchair basketball team primed and ready

Myanmar will field a team to contest the wheelchair basketball competition at the 7th Southeast Asian Paralympic Games in January.

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Down and out Toothless Yangon United eliminated from AFC Cup

Yangon United FC was knocked out of the AFC Cup in embarrassing fashion after being handed a 5-1 thrashing by India’s Kingfisher East Bengal in Kolkata on May 15.


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Two Two wins Golden Belt Championship

Challenger Two Two added an exclamation point to a dominating performance and secured the Golden Belt Championship on May 12 with a third–round knockout of reigning champ Win Htun.

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Farewell to the Theatre of Dreams

Praise for retired Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson, who brought Premier League to Asia.


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Bullseye

Archer Aung Ngeain receives top honours: the President’s State Excellence award for sport.

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Two teams disciplined over ref disputes

The Myanmar Football Federation’s disciplinary committee has charged second division clubs Chin United FC and Best United FC for mistreatment of referees.

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Old Trafford legends to play in Yangon

A Manchester United legends team will play a friendly match against a Myanmar side in a charity event on June 9 at Thuwana Stadium in Yangon.


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Ayeyawady knocked out of AFC Cup

She Da Nang captain Nguyen Minh Phuong converted an extra time penalty to secure a victory for the Vietnamese league champions over Ayeyawady United 3-2 on April 23 at Thuwana Stadium in Yangon.

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