The 2019 MFF/MNL Awards were held and the best awards were given to David Dunn and Riri Oo. U Aung Naing won the coach’s award

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The MFF/MNL Awards Night for 2019 jointly organized by the Myanmar Football Federation (MFF) and the Myanmar National League Committee (MNL) was held on the night of December 27th (27th) at the Suwanna Artificial Turf Stadium. U Aung Naing, the coach’s award The best youth award was won by Myat Khong Khao and Phyu Phyu Win.

The MFF/MNL Awards Night for 2019 jointly organized by the Myanmar Football Federation (MFF) and the Myanmar National League Committee (MNL) was held on the night of December 27th (27th) at the Suwanna Artificial Turf Stadium. U Aung Naing, the coach’s award The best youth award was won by Myat Khong Khao and Phyu Phyu Win.

In this award ceremony, competitions held locally in 2019, In addition to awarding awards to teams that have won awards in international competitions, the best player national award based on performance in 2019. Women’s Award Best Young Player National Award The women’s award and the best coach award were selected.

The best national player award went to David Dunn (Sham United); Women’s Award National Award for Young Player of the Year, Myat Khong (Jewel/Chain Nat), Phyu Phyu Win, Women’s Award U Aung Naing (Sham United) won the best coach award. David Dunn, who won the best player award, Maung Maung Lwin (Rangoon) and Heng Bobo (Yadaran Chip); The winner of the best female award was Ri Ri Oo, Khin Mala Tun and Khin Than Wai. The best youth award winner, Myat Kung Kak, was Lwin Moe Aung (Erawati) and Le Min Thu (Shan). The winner of the best female youth award, Phyu Phyu Win, San Thaw Thaw and Zu La Nadi, The winner of the best coach award, U Aung Nay, was selected over U Myo Hlaing Win (Erawati) and U Tin Maung Tun (Yangon).

Shan United won the points championship last season and won two of the three best awards. Maung Maung Lwin, who won the best award for the 2018 season, was only satisfied with the shortlist this year.

Era Wati team in the MNL competition as the cleanest team award. In the MNL-2 competition, the Science Club Awarded to Win Naing Soe (Yadaranpa) who won the most goals in the MNL competition and Sullivan (Chin) who won the most goals in the MNL-2 competition.

In addition, Shan United won the first prize in the MNL competition among the competitions held locally during the 2019 season. The second prize winner, the Irrawaddy, Yangon, third prize winner Yangon United, who won the first place in the playoffs, MNL U-18 Tournament First Prize Sports Science, Shan United won the first prize in the U-19 tournament. U-20 tournament first prize Myawati The MFF Youth team won the first prize in the U-21 tournament. Women’s League Competition’s First Prize Athletics Science Team; International competitions such as ASEAN Futsal Club Tournament third prize winning MIU team; Awards were presented to the Myanmar U-22 national team and the Myanmar national women’s team, who won the bronze medal at the SEA Games.

In addition, companies sponsoring MFF and MNL. Honorable mentions were also given to charity clubs that supported football matches.