Myanmar defender Kyaw Thu Tun undergoes surgery

Myanmar defender Kyaw Thu Tun seen during an earlier training session.  Photo: MFF
Myanmar defender Kyaw Thu Tun seen during an earlier training session.  Photo: MFF

Defender of the Myanmar U-22 national football team and Magwe F.C., Kyaw Thu Tun, underwent surgery for an ankle injury yesterday at Thonburi Hospital in Bangkok.
His operation was successful and he will be discharged from the hospital soon, according to the Myanmar Football Federation.
“He is feeling well. He had an operation and was administered an anesthetic. He will be discharged from the hospital soon. Now, a plaster cloth wrap has been placed on his ankle. It will be removed in two weeks,” said the MFF doctor who accompanied the Myanmar defender.
Kyaw Thu Tun was injured during a friendly match between the Myanmar U-22 team and the Nepal U-23 team in Qatar in October, 2019. The young defender will undertake light training after resting for one and a half months, and will resume normal training after three months of the operation, according to the Myanmar Football Federation.
“My operation was successful. After the operation, I’m okay. My doctor said that after three months, I can join my team for training,” Kyaw Thu Tun said.—Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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