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Myanmar

Tournament Record

Played: 32
Won: 12
Drawn: 7
Lost: 13
Goals for: 62
Goals against: 65

Biggest Win: 6-1 vs Philippines (2002)
Biggest Defeat: 1-7 vs Vietnam (2010)



Latest Results & Fixtures


2010 Results
2 Dec 10 Vietnam 7 - 1 Myanmar Cambodia
5 Dec 10 Singapore 2 - 1 Myanmar
8 Dec 10 Myanmar 0 - 0 Philippines

Myanmar 2012 Squad List

Goalkeepers
KYAW ZIN PHYO
MYO MIN LATT
PYAYE PHYO AUNG
THIHA SI THU

Defenders
AUNG HEIN KYAW
AUNG THAIK
AUNG ZAW
HAN WIN AUNG
KHIN MAUNG TUN
MOE WIN
PHYO KO KO THEIN
PYAYE PHYO AUNG
THEIN THAN WIN
THET NAING
YAN AYNG WIN
YE WIN AUNG
ZAW MIN TUN
ZAW ZAW OO

Midfielders
AUNG MOE
AUNG MYINT TUN
DAVID HTAN
KHIN MAUNG LWIN
KYI LIN
NAING LIN OO
NYI NYI MIN
PAI SOE
SOE KYAW KYAW
YAN AUNG KYAW

Forwards
KAUNG SITHU
KYAW KO KO
KYAW ZAYAR WIN
MAI AIH NAING
SOE MIN OO
SOE MYAT THU
YAN PAING
YAZA WIN THEIN

Coach: PARK SUNG WHA (South Korea)

*The Final registration of players will be confirmed at the 1st Team Managers’ Meeting which will be held one day before the commencement of the competition.

* Shirt numbers are subject to change.
Myanmar were the dominant side in South East-Asia in the 1960s and 1970s but have under-achieved in recent times. In their heyday, Myanmar were runners-up in the 1968 Asian Cup, won the football gold medal at the Asian Games in 1966 and 1970 and beat all comers at the South East Asian Games on five successive occasions from 1965.

Their poor performances in the 2010 AFF Suzuki Cup were particularly damaging as they resulted in them losing their seeding for the tournament and dropping down to the qualifying competition which they will host from October 5 to 13.

In the last edition, Myanmar finished bottom of Group B after losing to Vietnam (7-1), Singapore (2-1) and drawing with The Philippines (0-0). The manner of their demise was surprising with so many talented players failing to make an impact, in particular the normally potent Soe Myat Min.

Former Korean international Park Sung-hwa is the current coach of Myanmar and with the qualifying competition on home turf, he will be hoping for something of a renaissance from the one-time kings of Asean football.

Nickname: The White Angels
National coach: Park Sung Hua (South Korea)