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August 04, 2020

Second place is additional reward: head coach Myo Hlaing Win

Ayeyawady United head coach Myo Hlaing Win seen at an earlier national league match.  Photo: MNL

After the Ayeyawady United secured the second place in the 2019 edition of the Myanmar National League, former Myanmar football star and the head coach of the team, Myo Hlaing Win, said that the position was an additional reward for the team.
“We were aiming to secure at least the third place in the national league before starting the 2019 season. The second place could be said to be an additional reward.
I am pleased with the result, although we fell short of our goal of maintaining the championship position,” said Ayeyawady United head coach Myo Hlaing Win.
Ayeyawady United faced just two losses in the tourney, and the team was nominated as the second-best striking team, scoring 44 goals, after Shan United, which scored 45 goals.
“It is sure that the efforts of all my boys helped us get this result in this season. All the coaching teams and players had good understanding and stayed united.
I want to say thank you to the owner of the team and fans for giving us support. The second place is really our reward,” added Myo Hlaing Win.
This is the first time Myo Hlaing Win coached Ayeyawady United, and he helped the team get the second place in the tourney. Myo Hlaing Win has signed a long-term contract with Ayeyawady United for getting better opportunities for the team, said officials. —Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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