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Long-Time MPL Club Gets Fresh Name

Image property of SP Falcons SC Yesterday, long-time Mongolian Premier League club Selenge Press FC announced that it would have a slightly different name entering the 2019 season following an 8th-place finish and near relegation in 2018. The team announced via its social media account that it would slightly alter its old name and logo. The team will now be known as SP Falcons Football Club, effective immediately. "The Falcons" has long been a nickname of the club thanks to its logo prominently featuring the bird of prey for the past several seasons. The team was founded in 2003 and has been a mainstay in the Premier League every season since 2006, aside from 2007. Despite the club's long hi

Sanchir Anand: Who is Mongolia's Mystery New #1? (UPDATED)

Image property of Richmond Hill Soccer Club When Mongolia's roster for 2020 AFC Under-23 Championship qualification was released recently, even the most knowledgeable fans of Mongolian football were probably surprised to see an unfamiliar name, Sanchir Anand, among the crop of mostly established regulars. They were probably even more surprised to see his club location listed as "Canada" since Mongolia has always had a notorious dearth of players in foreign leagues. So who is this new mystery man to whom head coach Michael Weiss has handed over the coveted #1? There is still a lot of mystery surrounding the player, but here is what we know: Anand, the 5'9", 145-lber, was born in 2002, so he i

Mongolia Looks to Clinch 2020 Under-23 Qualification at Home

Image property of the AFC This Friday Mongolia kicks off its qualifying campaign for the 2020 AFC Under-23 Championship. Mongolia who will continue its recent trend of hosting important matches has been drawn into Group G alongside North Korea, Singapore, and Hong Kong. The team will kick off its first match at the MFF Football Stadium on 22 March against the arguable group favorites North Korea before taking on Hong Kong and Singapore with two days between matches. Senior national team head coach Michael Weiss will also be at the helm of the under-23 side for the second straight tournament. Last time around, the team earned a 1-1 draw with Thailand that was marred by weather conditions befo

 
 

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