Features

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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News

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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News

Ishii and Taki Left Frustrated by Refereeing Decisions

Rayong head coach Masami Taki hit out at the standard of Thai refereeing after a number of controversial decisions were made on Matchday 27. During Rayong’s 5-1 defeat at the hands of Sukhothai FC, the relegated club conceded a penalty, had a man sent off and saw their opponents score when it was unclear if […]

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Previews, Reports & Reviews

Port Face Resurgent Rivals in Wake of Title Slip-up

With Port FC’s title aspirations now effectively dashed, the side will be looking for a good result against arch-rivals Muangthong United in order to fend off their second-place spot from Buriram’s assault. Elsewhere, two of the league’s in-form sides meet while Police Tero host Sukhothai in a game which could be crucial in the battle […]

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Features

Ono targets Top Three finish for Ishii’s entertainers

After a poor start to the 2020 Thai League (T1) season, Samut Prakan City’s return to action last September featured a home match against bottom side Rayong. Despite the appointment of J.League winning head coach Masatada Ishii, Samut Prakan had taken just one point from the first four matches pre-lockdown and the pressure was on. […]

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