Myanmar U-22 team’s friendly tour to Thailand concludes

The Myanmar U-22 team took training in Thailand as a preliminary preparation for the 32nd SEA Games, and the training ended on 20 April.
Team Myanmar went to practice in Thailand from 11 to 20 April and played four friendly matches. The Myanmar U-22 team played friendly matches against Thai clubs, winning one and losing three.
Germany’s Feichtenbeiner, the head coach of the Myanmar U-22 team, took 26 players on the trip to Thailand. Hein Htet Aung, a winger who plays for the Malaysian club Selangor, will join the Myanmar team just before the SEA Games.
Therefore, the Myanmar U-22 squad is take training with 27 preliminary players, and the final players will be announced soon.
The Myanmar U-22 team started taking training for the SEA Games in the last week of March, and the head coach of the Myanmar national team is jointly managing the U-22 team.
Goalkeepers: Pyae Phyo Thu, Chit Min Htwe, Hein Htet Soe, Defenders: Shin Thant Aung, Kaung Htet Paing, Htoo Myat Khant, Thura Kyaw, Latt Wai Bhone, Kyaw Thiha Zaw, Thet Hein Soe, Nyan Lin Htet, and Naung Naung Soe, Midfielders: Aung Myo Khant, Arkar Kyaw, Yan Kyaw Soe, Zaw Win Thein, Ye Yint Phyo, Soe Min Oo, Khun Kyaw Zin Hein, Swan Htet, Okkar Naing, and Paing Htet Ko Ko, Strikers: Hein Htet Aung, Chit Aye, Nyi Nyi, Aung Thiha and Than Toe Aung are in the preliminary list for the Myanmar U-22. — Ko Nyi Lay/KZL

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