Southern Myanmar United FC

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Southern Myanmar FC
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Full name Southern Myanmar Football Club
Founded 2009; 5 years ago (2009)
Ground Yamanya Stadium
Ground Capacity 2,000
Owner Burma Htay Myint[1]
Chairman Burma Hla Maung Shwe
Manager AustraliaEngland Ken Worden
League Myanmar National League
2012 MNL 11th
Current season

Southern Myanmar United Football Club is a Burmese football club, based at Yamanya Stadium in Mawlamyaing, Myanmar. The club was a founding member of the Myanmar National League (MNL) in 2009. The club represents the Mon State, Kayin State and Tanintharyi Division in southern coast of Myanmar. Although it plans to use the Kyaungtha Stadium in Mawlamyaing as its home field, it presently shares the Aung San Stadium in Yangon as its home stadium with three other clubs, as the country lacks adequate facilities outside Yangon and Mandalay.Relegated to MNL 2 at the end of the 2014 MNL season.

The club finished in the last place tie with Delta United FC in the league's inaugural cup competition, the MNL Cup 2009.

Current Players[edit]

2014[edit]

The squad for the 2014 2nd Myanmar National League Cup in Mandalay.[2] Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Burma GK Pyae Phyo Aung
2 Burma DF Yan Myo Aung
3 Burma DF Min Ko
4 Burma DF Zaw Kharr
5 Burma DF Kyaw Zin Win
6 Burma DF Thein Soe Min
7 Burma MF Ye Tun Naing
8 Burma MF Soe Myat Thu
9 Burma FW B James Htwe
10 Burma FW Kyaw Zin win
11 Burma FW Tint Naing Tun Thein
14 Burma DF Wai Phyo Htet
15 Burma DF Nyan Lin Tun
16 Burma MF Aung Than Win
17 Burma MF Zin Myo Win
No. Position Player
18 Burma GK Tint Naing Tun
19 Burma FW Ye' Aung
20 Burma FW Yan Naing Htwe
21 Burma MF Aung Mon Bo
22 Burma MF Htet Aung
23 Burma MF Soe Kyaw Thu
24 Burma GK Zarni Min
25 Burma FW Ye Lwin Aung
26 Burma DF Myo Win Htut
27 Burma DF Naing Ko Lin
28 Burma DF Zawni Lin
29 Burma MF Khine Zaw Tun
30 Burma MF Aung Ye Htut

References[edit]

  1. ^ Han Oo Khin (March 9–15, 2009). "New era for football". The Myanmar Times. [dead link]
  2. ^ "SMU Players". Retrieved 2009-05-13. 

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