Myanmar men’s national football team gets new assistant coach

U Min Tun Lin (L) accepts the contract for assistant coach from MFF general secretary U Ko Ko Thein.  hoto: MFF
U Min Tun Lin (L) accepts the contract for assistant coach from MFF general secretary U Ko Ko Thein.  Photo: MFF

The Myanmar men’s national football team has found a new assistant coach, according to a statement issued by the Myanmar Football Federation. The new assistant coach, U Min Tun Lin, has been signed on a two-year contract.
With team Myanmar scheduled to face Japan on 26 March and Kyrgyzstan on 31 March as part of the 2022 World Cup qualifiers, head coach Antonio Hey had asked the MFF authorities to hire a new assistant coach to help the team shape a good result in the qualifiers, said a source from the MFF.
U Min Tun Lin was found to be the most suitable candidate for the position of assistant coach for the Myanmar national team, said officials from the football federation.
U Min Tun Lin is the former coach of Myanmar National League football club Zwekapin United F.C. and he holds an Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Grade A License.
U Min Tun Lin helped the Zwekapin United claim the third place in the 2018 edition of the Myanmar National League.—Lynn Thit (Tgi)

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