ISPE Defender Soe Moe Kyaw joins Yangon United

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Defender Soe Moe Kyaw (Right) holds the insignia of the Yangon United Football Club after signing his two-year contract. Photo: YUFC

Defender of the ISPE FC Soe Moe Kyaw has recently signed a two-year contract with Yangon United, according to a statement with the YUFC. Upon joining the football club, Soe Moe Kyaw expressed his joyfulness.
“It’s my great honour to be here with one of the great clubs in the Myanmar National League. I am thrilled to be part of the team to raise the image of the club. One more thing that I want to say is to hold the trophies that I haven’t got in my former club Ayeyawady United, and I am sure I can do that,” Soe Moe Kyaw said. The 21-year-old defender studied his football education from the Institute of Sports and Physical Education (Mandalay) from 2011 to 2015. In 2017, he was selected in the Myanmar National League U-18 team and ISPE Junior football club.
Owing to his performance, Myanmar football authorities selected him to participate in the U-21 Myanmar National Team in the same year.
With his best assist, ISPE U-21 team won the very first Championship trophy of Myanmar National U-21 League in 2018.
Consequently, the defender moved to Ayeyawady United with two years loan and performed like an apple of everyone’s eyes in there with his smart tackling and accurate assist. Soe Moe Kyaw was selected for Myanmar National U-22 men’s football team in 2019 SEA Games, and his team bagged the bronze medal.—Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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