Aung Kyaw Kyaw, a legendary goalkeeper in the silver era of Myanmar Football, is making a return to the football field he loves after a long apart for two years to join the Yangon United Football Club
His wealth of experience and knowledge, especially as a goalkeeper, will undoubtedly be valuable in developing and training the future stars of Myanmar Football. His return to active coaching with Yangon United Football Club is to nurture talent and helping players reach their full potential.
Aung Kyaw Kyaw’s notable achievements was in the 17th SEA Games Singapore and his impressive penalty saves showcases his skill and composure during crucial moments, leaving a lasting impact on the audience.
His dedication to the sport is further highlighted by his transition to a coaching role after retiring from the Myanmar National Team in 1999. In the emerging of Myanmar National League in 2009, he started as a goalkeeper coach in Ayeyawady United and then to Kanbawza (now Shan United).
After that, he joined Myanmar National Team till the Vietnam SEA Games. Leaving the blank in his heart for two years, we are proud to offer U Aung Kyaw Kyaw to be back to the field and create exciting opportunities for those looking to pursue a professional career in football.