Thai club Phrae United signs Myanmar striker Kyaw Ko Ko

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Myanmar striker Kyaw Ko Ko (centre) seen with officials from Thai league football club Phrae United. Photo: Phrae United

Phrae United football club of Thai League II signed Myanmar striker Kyaw Ko Ko for M-150 Championships next season, said Phrae United sources.
Kyaw Ko Ko will be the very first ASEAN footballer in the team’s history, officials stated.
The 28-year-old Myanmar forward player joined the Thai League from Yangon United with former experiences of other Thai Leagues clubs: Chiangrai United and Samut Prakan City FC.
During his time in the Myanmar National League, Kyaw Ko Ko took a key role in Yangon United Football Club and Myanmar men’s national football team. He assisted the team Yangon in winning Myanmar National League champions twice and General Aung San Shield champion once.
Next, the young striker scored five goals for Myanmar U-23 men’s football team in the 2011 Southeast Asian Games and helped the team to secure a third-place finish and a bronze medal. He was a star striker of the Myanmar National Team with a ranking of seventh in the “World’s Best Top Scorers” list by the IFFHS in 2014. Considered one of the best players in the ASEAN, he is famous for dribbling, finishing skills plus the ability to play with both feet. — GNLM

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