Ayeyawady United sign defender Thiha Htet Aung for half a season

Defender Thiha Htet Aung. Photo: MNL
Defender Thiha Htet Aung. Photo: MNL

The Ayeyawady United F.C., as part of their preparation for the 2020 Myanmar National League, have signed defender Thiha Htet Aung for half a season, according to a statement issued yesterday by the football club.
The 23-year old footballer is a native of Sagaing Region and played on the Myanmar national U-16 team in 2011. He also took part in the semifinal of the AFC U-19 Championship hosted by Myanmar.
Thiha Htet Aung was an important player on the U-20 national team in the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup in New Zealand.
The defender has also played on the U-23 national team. He played for Yangon United F.C. in 2017 and then Chin United F.C.
He then moved to Zwekapin United F.C. in 2018 before signing with the Ayeyawady United F.C.
After signing the contract, the player said, “I’m very grateful to the head coach and the club owner as they have given me an opportunity. I will try my best. I want to be a champion with Ayeyawady United.”
Born on 13 March, 1996, Thiha Htet Aung plays center back, and has also played in the striker position with the Zeyar Shwe Myay. — Kyaw Khin

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