Yangon United sign Magwe forward player on loan

In preparation for a new football season of the Myanmar National League, Yangon United Football Club previously confirmed that forward player Pyae Moe from Magwe Football Club has joined with the Yangon United football squad for a two-year contract agreement, according to the team statement.

The 28-year-old defender has expressed his feeling upon joining the top domestic league football club.

“I am so proud to be offered by this great team. And I know it could be harder to take a position among the talented players, and I have to gear up my performance more and more. And I do my best for the fans as well,” Pyae Moe said.

Pyae Moe studied football education at the Institute of Sports and Physical Education (Mandalay) from 2008 to 2009. Next, he played for the Ministry of Sports in the Inter-ministries Football Tournament and began his professional journey with Rakhine United (U-21) in 2011.

Then he advanced to the senior team playing four years. He spent one year in Zeyar Shwe Myay, 2017-2018 in Hantharwady United, and 2019-2020 in Magwe producing quality performances in the respective teams. He was a star player in the senior Myanmar national team in 2015 for World Cup Qualifiers. —GNLM

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