Former Magwe FC player Soe Lwin Lwin joined Shan United Football Club for two-years, according to a previous statement with the football club.
Soe Lwin Lwin started his football career in Yadanarbon Football Academy in 2010, and then he was selected in Myanmar international teams: U-16s, U-18s, U-19s, U-21s and U-23s accordingly.
“Upon joining the club, Soe Lwin Lwin said, “One of the reasons why I’ve come back here is that my ex-teammates are here. All the teammates I played with in the Shan United youth team are like my brothers. The next reason is because of coach U Han Win Aung. I think the play styles he has told me are good enough for me to fit in. I was told that I would be positioned at drop-forward. I can also play in the wing, but I will be better as a drop-forward”.
The striker made his professional debut at the Manaw Myay youth team in 2015. Next he moved to Shan United U-20s in 2016 and arrived at Magwe FC in 2018, and played until 2020.
“Playing in Magwe FC first team brought me excellent experience. I’m supposed to emphasize football skills as I’m not quite big-sized type. There are different types of defenders that I have faced. It’s not uneasy about penetrating if the defender is the one who likes to use force or strength. It’s, however, hard to pass through a defender like Ye Min Thu, who has a sense of guessing where the ball will go. My idol player is Ko Yan Naing Oo – his play-style is really my favourite. He’s very good at sending the ball to the teammate’s runway and one-two penetration,” Soe Lwin Lwin added.—GNLM