Monday, July 25, 2016
The Myanmar Times
The Myanmar Times

Home is where Hantharwady will be

On June 11, Hantharwady United will become the sixth current Ooredoo Myanmar National League 1 club to move out of the Myanmar Football Federation’s spare bedroom and find a home of their own.

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Ivan to terror MNL defences

Hantharwady United have decided to stick with Brazilian striker Ivan Franca until the end of the 2016 season.

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Yangon starlet to remain sidelined

Kyaw Min Oo, a star of the Myanmar side that visited the U20 World Cup who has since gone on to join the senior squad, looks like he could now miss out on the rest of the season and the year ending Suzuki Cup.

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Lee and Yamaguchi ‘will meet again’, hints ONE chair

Following the May 6 fight when Angela Lee became the first woman to hold a ONE Championship belt and the youngest ever champion in a major MMA promotion, there is already talk of a potential rematch from the organistation’s chair.

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Yan Myo Aye leads foreign legion

Yan Myo Aye took to the Royal Hua Hin Golf Course yesterday in the first round of the Singha Hua Hin Open, part of the ASEAN Golf Tour.

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Myanmar four-way set for June

The hosting of a four-nation invitational AYA Bank Cup 2016 will give Gerd Ziese a chance to silence critics and ensure that he leads Myanmar into their November co-hosting of ASEAN’s top footballing prize, the Suzuki Cup.

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MNL Club News

A round-up of the week's news updates from around the Myanmar National League.

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Tottenham Hotspur: Have they finally reached the big time?

Over the past days, the world’s glare has rightfully turned to the representatives of a small city in the middle of England and their remarkable Premier League victory. But once Leicester’s hangover kicks in, eyes may well turn to the achievements and future of the young Tottenham Hotspur side that lies in second.

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Myanmar fighters successful in Land of Rising Sun

Myanmar’s lethwei fighters made friends and beat up people in front of a Japanese audience on May 1, with two victories for the nation’s fighters.

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Former football stars return to duty

Just over 20 years ago, Match of the Day pundit Alan Hansen said uttered the line that has become a giant of footballing cliché. “You can’t win anything with kids.”

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TeamGPGDPTS
Yadanarbon
19 28 48
19 9 35
19 16 33
Zeyar Shwe Myay
19 7 32
19 13 29
19 2 29
Ayeyawady United
19 3 28
Zwekapin United
19 3 24
Chin United
19 -11 22
Rakhine United
19 -10 15
19 -24 13
Horizon FC
19 -36 6
Last Updated - 25 July 2016
TeamGPGDPTS
Manaw Myay
19 50 48
GFA
19 21 45
Nay Pyi Taw FC
19 29 39
Mahar United
18 21 36
Myawady FC
17 20 29
Mawyawadi FC
19 4 29
University FC
17 -14 20
Dagon FC
18 -12 16
City Stars
18 -13 16
United of Thanlyin
18 -33 11
Silver Stars
18 -36 10
Pong Gan
18 -37 6
Last Updated - 25 July 2016