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The majority of the squad play in the country's domestic league, although two players are contracted to professional clubs in Thailand.
Buddha would have helped the Rohingya Muslims who are fleeing violence in Buddhist-majority Burma, the Dalai Lama has said.
The Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader said those who are harassing Muslims "should remember Buddha”.
Burma is also considered to be vulnerable to terrorist attacks. They have had success in the past, and were Asian Cup runners-up in 1968.
There are areas of the country where British Embassy officials cannot travel without permission from the Burmese government, and consular assistance can be restricted. UK airlines do not fly there, although you can travel directly from Japan, Qatar, Taiwan, South Korea, Germany and Singapore. Burma is not connected to any other country by bus or train, and you cannot travel across the border by car at most points - although you can walk. A return ticket with Thai Airways from London Heathrow to Yangon, with a stopover at Bangkok, is available for £506, departing on May 7 and returning on May 12. You can also fly to Mandalay from Heathrow with Singapore Airlines, with stops in Singapore and Yangon. They played their first World Cup qualifying competition in 1997. Political unrest led to issues with infrastructure and player retention, and the team went into decline.
Visitors are advised to check in advance that their credit and debit cards will work in Burma and to take out full medical insurance. Yangon and Mandalay are historic cities, and there are also religious sites in Mon State, Pindaya, Bago and Hpa-An, natural beauty spots such as Inle Lake, ancient cities Bagan and Mrauk-U and beaches such as Nabule and Ngapali. There has been a resurgence since the 2011 reforms, and German manager Gerd Zeise oversaw significant progress.
The under-20s qualified for the World Cup in 2015, the country's first ever participation in a FIFA tournament.
The photographs, found after 70 years in a tin trunk, have now been turned into an illustrated diary of the years 1942 to 1946.