Yangon United announces contract termination of team striker Maung Maung Lwin

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Myanmar national team and Yangon United striker Maung Maung Lwin.  Photo: YUFC

Myanmar National League club Yangon United officially terminated the contract of Myanmar national team striker Maung Maung Lwin on 11 October.
Maung Maung Lwin’s contract with Yangon United will expire at the end of 2022, but his contract was terminated at the request of the player, according to a statement from Yangon United.
Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, some Myanmar players are trying to get permission to play in foreign clubs, and Maung Maung Lwin is likely to play in foreign clubs.
Maung Maung Lwin joined Yangon United in early 2018 and assisted his team in winning Myanmar National League championship trophy once and Knockout Cup twice.
“Today we have got mutual agreement to terminate the contract between me and Yangon United,” striker Maung Maung Lwin said.
“Thanks to YUFC for accepting my request to have new challenges at abroad leagues since the local league is stop ped here. Let me express my gratitude to the club President, CEO and office crew as well as my teammates who felt like a family when we were together.
“Especially thanking the fans who are always supporting me, behind me and around me that I will always remember forever. Hopefully, we will meet again with a professional nature.
“I will commit to my professional career to become a stronger and hardworking player in the future. I just need your support guys. Stay strong and stay safe. Cheer!” Myanmar football star added.
Maung Maung Lwin’s teammate Aung Thu is currently playing for Thai League I Club Buriram United and Kyaw Ko Ko in Thai League II Club Phrae United. — Ko Nyi Lay/GNLM

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