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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Samut Prakan City

After two consecutive 6th-place finishes and some eye-catching performances last year, this coming season was looking like the year for Samut Prakan City to take off and truly challenge the league’s top sides. However, the club’s pandemic-hit finances were laid bare when they let both captain Peeradol Chamratsamee and vice-captain Jakkaphan Praisuwan leave to join […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Suphanburi FC

Suphanburi have made a habit of cheating death in recent years. They were saved in 2019 by the sudden dissolution and folding of PTT Rayong, allowing them to remain in the division despite finishing in the bottom three. Things looked dire for the Elephants once again last season, but the arrival of Brazilian forwards Caion […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Ratchaburi FC

Last season was a story of two halves for Ratchaburi. First leg euphoria, which saw them qualify for the AFC Champions League for the first time in their history, was followed by a lacklustre second half in which the side registered only 5 wins from 15 games. Things eventually levelled out in eighth place, which […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Port FC

After three consecutive third-placed finishes, Port FC are in the hunt for that elusive Thai League crown. After winning an FA Cup in 2019 and appearing in the AFC Champions League group stage for the first time earlier this year, there is still a feeling of excitement and novelty around the club. However, a year […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Police Tero FC

Historically one of Thailand’s more successful clubs, BEC Tero (as they were once known) were a formidable force at the turn of the century. The Fire Dragons won 2 league titles, 2 domestic cups, and became the one and only Thai side to reach the finals of the AFC Champions League back in 2003. More […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Nongbua Pitchaya FC

Last years’ T2 champions have drawn the attention of Thai League fans for a whole host of compelling reasons. Their new, purpose-built Pitchaya Stadium features 6,000 seats in one large, single tier stand and leaves plenty of room for future developments. They have also heavily invested in their academy, which competes among the best in […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Khon Kaen United

Playing in the top flight for the first time in their history, Khon Kaen United arrives in T1 on the back of three successive promotions. The side were banned for two seasons and relegated to the fourth tier after losing a legal case, but they have since restructured and climbed the divisions at a rapid […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Prachuap FC

The Killer Wasps will be competing in their fourth consecutive top flight campaign, having been promoted for the first time in 2018. The sea-siders have achieved a fair amount on a tight budget, and have developed a reputation for resilient home form and impressive recruitment.  After hovering just above the relegation zone for long portions […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Nakhon Ratchasima

Nakhon Ratchasima narrowly avoided relegation in 2019, and would have been just two points from the drop zone had PTT Rayong not dissolved that year. The Swatcats then appointed coach Teerasak Po-On with the hope of avoiding similar misery. The former Chiangrai United and PTT Rayong tactician tightened up the defence and led the side […]

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Thai League 2021-22 Club Profiles: Chonburi FC

Last season’s league campaign was extremely disappointing for Chonburi, as they slumped to their lowest ever top flight finish. However, a run to the final of the 2020-21 FA Cup breathed new life into the side, and the team looked genuinely impressive in the competition’s latter stages, which took place after the league season had […]

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