Over the past several seasons, close followers of Mongolian football may have noticed the name BCH Lions at times. Typically the name popped up in obscure articles or tables from the lower leagues. But in 2021, the club will debut in the Mongolian Premier League. So it is time to ask, "Who are the BCH Lions?" Despite a number of successes so far, the history of BCH Lions is quite short. In 2018 the team was formed as a breakaway club from Premier League side Selenge Press FC.
Image property of the MFF On 11 October the 2020 Mongolian First League season concluded with BCH Lions finishing on top of the table. The club earned its second straight championship after securing the inaugural Second League title and earning promotion last season. BCH Lions should, therefore, be competing in the Mongolian Premier League for the first time in 2021. In fact, BCH Lions have won a championship in every year of their existence since being founded as a breakaway
Image property of the MFF 19 October 2020-Amaraa Dulguun has extended his contract with Deren FC 19 October 2020-Nigerian centre forward Chimezi Kalu has signed for Deren FC. The 27-year-old Kalu has played in Mongolian since 2013 for MPL clubs Khangarid, Selenge Press, and Khoromkom FC. He spent last season with Kovd of the First League. 31 October 2020-Serbian coach Vojislav Bralusic has been named new head coach of FC Ulaanbaatar. The coach is no stranger to Mongolian foot
Image property of the MFF On Tuesday the Mongolian Football Federation announced the latest two young Mongolians who have been selected to train with Puskás Akadémia FC. The two players become the 11th and 12th young Mongolians selected to train with the Hungarian club since the MFF and the club began their partnership in 2016. The two players selected are G. Dulguun of Deren FC and Khatanbaatar Chinguun of BCH Lions. Dulguun and Chinguun will spend at least one year with the
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