Thailand Part Ways with Akira Nishino

Thailand’s national football team has officially relieved head coach Akira Nishino of his duties, as announced by official sources. This decision follows a disappointing end to Thailand’s 2022 World Cup Qualifying campaign, where they drew one and lost two of their final three matches to finish fourth in Group G behind Vietnam, the UAE and […]

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Samut Prakan City – Sensible Transfers

Samut Prakan City are fresh off the back of losing captain Peeradol Chamratsamee and vice-captain Jakkaphan Praisuwan to Buriram United and BG Pathum respectively, and now face a major rebuild.  The side now have key holes to fill and continue to lack depth in their squad. With a limited transfer budget and little room to […]

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Samut Prakan Exodus Sets Off Alarm Bells

Fans of Samut Prakan City were greeted to devastating news earlier this week, as they learned that club captain Peeradol Chamratsamee and vice-captain Jakkaphan Praisuwan were leaving to join league giants Buriram United and BG Pathum United respectively.  Peeradol has been the beating heart of the side since he joined them (back when they were […]

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Chiangrai United – Sensible Transfers

Despite failing to qualify to the knockout round, Chiangrai United can feel proud of their achievement in the 2021 AFC Champions League. The Beetles collected 3 more points than they did in 2020 and improved their goal difference from -6 to +1. The Thai football community showered Chiangrai with praise after a spirited performance against […]

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Port FC pin title hopes on Dusit

Dusit Chalermsan has joined Port FC as head coach, just months after leading BG Pathum United to the 2020-21 Thai League (T1) title. The 51-year-old is returning for a second stint at the Klong Toei side, having led Port during their successful promotion campaign from the second tier to T1 in 2013. Dusit replaces Sarawut […]

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Ratchaburi aim to leapfrog JDT and give ACL debut a happy ending

Ratchaburi hope to finish their first ever AFC Champions League (ACL) campaign on a high with a victory over Malaysian champions Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT). The Dragons finally earned their first point in Group G when they held Pohang Steelers to a goalless draw on Sunday. Now they will need to score their first goal […]

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BGPU aiming for a double in crunch ASEAN derby

BG Pathum United are looking for the same again as they try to edge closer to a place in the last 16 of the AFC Champions League (ACL). The Thai champions take on Viettel on Monday and a repeat of Friday’s 2-0 victory over the Vietnamese side would leave them very well placed to advance […]

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Port handed lifeline after Cerezo draw

Port FC held on for a 1-1 draw against Cerezo Osaka in their third game of the AFC Champions League group stage, leaving them in contention for a place in the knockout stage Just three days after their first match against Cerezo Osaka, Port will have to face the J.League side once again in the […]

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Late winner keeps Chiangrai hopes alive ahead of Gamba clash

Chiangrai United left it late against Tampines Rovers in their second group stage match, but a winning goal from Siwakorn Tiatrakul keeps them in the hunt for an unlikely spot in the knockout stages ahead of their back-to-back matches against Gamba Osaka. The Northerners put up a valiant fight in their first game against K-League […]

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BGPU look to Diogo and Teerasil for more ACL inspiration

BG Pathum United will be counting on the strike duo of Diogo Luis Santo and Teerasil Dangda when they face AFC Champions League (ACL) holders Ulsan Hyundai on Tuesday. The Thai champions kicked off their Group F campaign with a convincing 4-1 victory over Kaya FC on Saturday. However, they now go from playing arguably […]

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