Myanmar women’s team Captain Khin Malar Tun to play for Thai club

Myanmar Women’s Footballer Khin Malar Tun (No.10).  PHOTO: MFF

Myanmar women’s national football team Captain Khin Malar Tun will play for the Thai women’s club, according to the Myanmar football officials.
Khin Malar Tun left on the morning of 7 June to play for the Thai Women’s Club College of Asian Scholars on a three-month contract.
Khin Malar Tun is becoming the first Myanmar female footballer to play in the Thai League.
She has a contract until the end of August, and this is the first time in her career playing abroad.
Khin Malar Tun has become the second Myanmar expatriate to play for Myanmar women’s football team, while striker Win Theingi Tun has been playing for Indian club Gokulam since October 2021.
The number of Myanmar national football players being able to play abroad is gradually increasing, which may contribute to the success of Myanmar women’s football, officials said. —Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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