Image property of its owner. Today Ganbold Ganbayar made his league debut for the Puskas Akademia FC under-19 team. The Mongolian prodigy also recorded his first league goal for the club as they fell to Debreceni VSC's under-19 team 1-3 in Budapest. Ganbayar scored at the 51st minute mark after starting the second half as a substitute for Fekete Leonard Oliver to level the match 1-1. Unfortunately Debreceni added two more strikes before the final whistle to secure the win. Af
Although a relatively unknown name before, Baljinnyam Batbold has quickly become a household name in Mongolian football after winning the Golden Boot award in Mongolia's historic EAFF Championship Round 1 run which concluded yesterday. Batbold was born on 8 November 1999 in the Darvi, Govi-Altai in western Mongolia. He was discovered by Mongolian Premier League club Khoromkhon FC at the young age of 12 in 2011. He remained with the club for seven seasons. Over that time, Batb
Image property of the AFC On 2 September Mongolia opened its EAFF Round 1 campaign with high hopes and hopeful expectations. With a string of recent successes and having home field advantage in the competition for the first time, not many people could doubt them. After a convincing 4-1 victory against Macau on matchday one, a match in which they never trailed, Mongolian fans finally had a reason to be optimistic. Matchday two only added fuel to the fire as Mongolia ran rampan
Left image property of Joma. Right Image property of the MFF. Spanish sportswear manufacturer Joma and the Mongolian Football Federation revealed new kits for the Mongolian national teams during the opening matches of the 2018 men's and women's EAFF Championships. The Blue Wolves will fittingly wear a blue and white kit for home matches and another traditional color combination, red and white, for away matches. In recent seasons, the national teams have worn a combination of
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