States & Regions U-19 team to play friendly matches against Myanmar U-19 team

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The Myanmar U-19 football team is seen listening to lectures on techniques by head coach U Soe Myat Min.  PHOTO: MFF

The U-19 team, which is made up of players from the recently concluded 2022 States & Regions U-19 tournament, and the preliminary Myanmar U-19 team will play two friendly matches at Yangon’s Thuwunna Stadium.
The friendly matches will be held at 3:30 pm on 29 and 30 August.
The States & Regions U-19 Football Team is made up of 29 players and headed by coaches U Thein Zan, who assisted the Kayin State team to win the States & Regions U-19 tournament in 2022, and Mon State team coach U Min Thu, who assisted the team winning second in the previous tourney.
U Thura Naing from the Kayin State team will be in charge of the goalie coach.
The preliminary Myanmar U-19 team is composed of 35 players, with U Soe Myat Min as the head coach, U Min Min Tun and U Sa Htet Naing Win as assistant coaches, and U Sein Aye is in charge as the goal coach.
The preliminary Myanmar U-19 team is currently competing in the Myanmar National League 2 under the name Junior Lions and will compete in the Asian U-20 qualifiers in September.
The States & Regions U-19 Football Team is currently preparing for the upcoming friendly match at the Myanmar national team dormitory at Thuwunna Stadium. — GNLM

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