PATRICK Asare, a Ghanaian
footballer who played as a
striker for Shan United F.C. in
the MPT Myanmar National
League, has left the team under
what was described as mutual
agreement, according to Shan
Also departing from Shan United are two local players, Nann Min Aung and Phyo Paing Soe, under similar circumstances, according to an official from Shan United.
The manager of the team said it came down to finding players who fit into Shan United’s team philosophy and style of play.
“The players who departed are really good players, who put in hard work in the training ground,” said U Khin Maung- Htun, the general manager of Shan United. “But some of their brilliant efforts did not match up with our team.”
U Khin Maung Htun said the mutual parting of ways was necessary in order for the team to move forward and improve. “For a better future, with them we decided with bilateral agreements taken between the players and officials from the team. We will always remember of them as participants on our team. We really thank them for their best efforts and wish them the best of luck in the future,” he added.
With Shan United now lacking a main striker, officials immediately launched a search for a new striker that will be a good fit for the fix with the team, according to Shan United officials.