Cherry Power (Eain Heng Mouk Kwan)
Cherry Power Football Team is a team made up of selected young people from different quarters in Namkham Town, Northern Shan State. It was built on 13.12.1996 with the strength of 20 members and now there are 82 members in total. In this team, not only the core members (seniors) but young members are currently receiving the training for their growth. Therefore at present we have 32 senior members and 50 young members.
The aim of this team is for the footballers to learn more, be good footballers within the team that is united with better discipline and avoid drug abuses.
There are rules and regulations to be followed by the team members. These are :
to help the members’ social matters (wedding, funeral etc.) as that of one’s own family.
not to use the uniforms provided by the team as a shield for drug abuses.
to avoid any behaviors that can cause the downfall of the team.
for every member, to be able to help or give advice for the development and growth of the team.
to treat each and every member as brothers.
The team is currently playing friendly matches with the other teams. Besides, it is also playing with the selected teams from different quarters and places. Especially, it used to play with the above mentioned teams during the days of transitional festivals of Shan State.
Cherry Power Football Team is now training youngsters at Township playground and also at the playgrounds existing at different quarters. After the training, they are urged to get involved in the football match competitions conducted at quarter level as well as at school festival matches. In addition, the team members are sometimes put into different groups to compete with one another.
Thus, with the definite aim, this major team "Cherry Power" is now nurturing the ethnic youngsters to be skillful and expert in their football career.
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