I.S.P.E player joins YUFC for two-year term

Yangon United recently stated that National Team midfielder and I.S.P.E star player Lwin Moe Aung has joined the football squad with a 2-year contract.
The youth star player expressed his hope upon joining the football club.

“I am very proud to join Yangon United and watch me how I will work for this club. You will see the best of me than previous Lwin Moe Aung. Yangon could not hold the trophy last year and I will work hard to be the Champions for this amazing club,” said Lwin Moe Aung.

Lwin Moe Aung studied at the Institute of Sports and Physical Education (Mandalay) from 2012 to 2015. Next he started his very first professional career with I.S.P.E (U-18) in 2016, and assisted the team winning the Champions Trophy in the Myanmar National U-21 League.

During the U-21 League, he was awarded the Best Player Award of 2018.

The young midfielder moved to Ayeyawady United in 2019 and he was nominated as one of the top most assist players for the football league during the football seasons. Lwin Moe Aung, was also selected in the Myanmar National Team in 2018 and assisted the national team winning fourth place in 2017 AFF U-18, second in 2018 AFF U-19, and third place in SEA Games 2019. —GNLM

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