Myanmar Football Journal

Burma Football Journal

Kyauktada Township, Yangon Region, Myanmar. Myanmar Post; Soccer Myanmar Sports Journal; Ideal Technology Co. Soccer Training.

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Everyday sport newspapers are enjoying sound World Cup results

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"We can follow the games on MRTV and Myawaddy without any problems, so that no one has to buy a week -long magazine. There has been no change in the way Yangon and its neighborhoods distribute their newspapers," he said. Moe Kaung Kin's publisher, U Soe Aung, said the Kyauktada township's magazine sales business is fiercely contested.

"Every Sabbath we have at least one sports championship to hand out. When it doesn't come out that date, nobody wants it because other magazines are already out. There is no alteration in my circulation of my favorite sports magazines like Eleven, Inn Arr, 90 Minutes or Olympic," he said.

He said that particular newspapers dedicated to the World Cup were another thing. "We have three sports magazines every day during the World Cup, The Myanmar Times World Cup Day, Inn Arr World Cup Day and 7 Days World Cup Year. During the first fortnight I had to hand out 80 The Myanmar Times and 20 of 7Days Sports.

Then, orders rose to about 150 of the Myanmar Times and 50 7 days in the second weeks of the tournament," said U Soe Aung. Soccer supporter Ko Kyaw Myo Tun said he prefers sports newspapers to weekly newspapers. "In a newspaper you can see forecasts, experts' views, game reports and forecasts in action," he said.

The Mandalay residents U Myo Myint said he is spending more on sports magazines than before.

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