Thai National Team Release Initial 47-man Squad for World Cup Qualifiers

It’s been over 500 days since the last time Thailand played an official match. The wait is finally over as Akira Nishino has released his 47-man squad for the Changsuek camp early next month. 

Thailand will have their training sessions begin on May 3, 2021. Players who played in the FA Cup Semi – Final / Final will join the squad a week later. 

Some notable names from the 47 list include …. 

  • Thanawat Suengchitthawon from Leicester City
  • Chatmongkol Rueangthanarot from Chonburi 
  • Sathaporn Daengsee from Trat 
  • Suphan Thongsong from Suphanburi 
  • Jaturapat Satham from Port 

The Full List :

BG Pathum United (7)

Chatchai Budprom (GK, 34)

Sarach Yooyen (CM, 28)

Thitiphan Puangchan (CM, 27)

Santipharp Channgom (RB, 24)

Pathompon Charoenrattanapirom (LW, 26)

Sumanya Purisai (CAM, 34)

Teerasil Dangda (ST, 32)

Buriram United (8)

Siwarak Tedsungnoen (GK, 36)

Pansa Hemviboon (CB, 30)

Sasalak Haiprakhon (LB/RM, 25)

Supachai Jaided (ST, 22)

Supachok Sarachart (CAM/LW, 22)

Suphanat Mueanta (ST, 18)

Narubadin Weerawatnodom (RB, 26)

Jakkaphan Kaewprom (CM, 32) 

Port FC (7)

Worawut Srisupha (GK, 28)

Worawut Namvech (CB, 25)

Tanaboon Kesarat (CB/CDM, 27)

Nittipong Selanon (RB, 27)

Jaturapat Sattham (LB, 21)

Bordin Phala (LM, 26)

Adisak Kraisorn (ST, 30)

Chiang Rai United (4)  

Saranon Anuin (GK, 27)

Phitiwat Sukjitthammakul (CDM, 26)

Ekanit Panya (CAM/RW, 21)

Sivakorn Tiatrakul (CAM, 26)

Bangkok United (3)

Manuel Bihr (CB, 27)

Tristan Do (RB, 28)

Nattawut Suksum (ST, 23)

Samut Prakan City (5)

Patiwat Khammai (GK, 26)

Ernesto Amantegui (LB, 30)

Jaroensak Wonggorn (RW, 23)

Peeradol Chamratsamee (CM, 28)

Teerapol Yoryoei (CAM/ST, 26)

Muangthong United (3)

Somporn Yos (GK, 27)

Suporn Peenagatapho (RB, 25)

Weerathep Pomphan (CM, 24)

Ratchaburi FC (2)

Philip Roller (RB, 26)

Pawee Tanthatemee (CB, 24)

Chonburi FC (3)

Chatmongkol Rueangthanarot (LB, 18)

Worachit Kanitsribampen (CAM, 23)

Phanuphong Phonsa (RM, 26)

Suphanburi (1)

Suphan Thongsong (CB, 26)

Trat FC (1)

Sathaporn Daengsee (LB, 32)

Yokohama F.Marinos (1)

Theerathon Bunmathan (LB, 31)

Consadole Sapporo (1)

Chanathip Songkrasin (CAM, 27)

Leicester City (1)

Thanawat Suengchitthawon (CAM, 21)

The second round of the Asian Zone World Cup Qualifiers Group G will be hosted by UAE in June. Thailand have a trio of tricky opponents in front of them : Indonesia (June 3), UAE (June 7) and Malaysia (June 15). Right now the War Elephants are sitting in 3rd place with 8 points. Vietnam are in pole position to advance as they are top of the group with 11 points, followed by Malaysia with 9. The hosts UAE are just behind Thailand with 6 points.

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