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AFC Cup: Chonburi looking for amends (News)
Topic: AFC Cup
Chonburi FC will welcome Home United from Singapore on Wednesday, in the clubs first home game of this year AFC Cup campaign. If the Sharks want to remain in the race for winning group G, three points are nearly a must.

In front of their own fans, for Chonburi it is not just about getting three points. It is also about make amends for a weak performance against Yangon United two weeks ago. With Home United from Singapore, the Sharks are host to a strong competitor for winning the group. Home United's biggest success on international stage succeeded in 2004 with reaching the semi-final of the AFC Cup. Head coach at that time, Steve Darby. Best known as assistant coach of Brian Robson with the Thai national team and responsible for Thailand's under 23 during the SEA-Games 2009. One of Steve Darby's players in 2004 was Sutee Suksomkit (today Bangkok Glass).
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AFC Cup: Chonburi aims group win (News)
Topic: AFC Cup
Beside Buriram United the second representative of Thailand, Chonburi FC, starts his international campaign on Wednesday. However, just a floor deeper, in the AFC Cup.

Two weeks ago the "Sharks" lost their qualification match to the group stage of the AFC Champions League 2012 against Korean side Pohang Steelers by two goals to nil. Which means instead playing in the AFC's top competition, the club has to play in the AFC Cup. For Chonburi its the third participation already in that competition. In 2009 as well as last year Withaya Laohakul's team failed in the quarter finals. But this year it should be nothing else than the title and wining the group should mark the first step. Finishing Group G as runner-up would mean Chonburi will have to play away in the round of last 16 what would be of course a disadvantage.
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AFC Cup 2011: Muang Thong und Chonburi knocked out (News)
Topic: AFC Cup
The dream of an AFC Cup final between the two Thai sides Muang Thong United and Chonburi busted on Tuesday. Both couldn't manage to overcome a 0-1 deficit from their 1st leg ties.

While Chonburi had to face an uphill battle on away in his return match against Nasaf Qarshi, Muang Thong United showed confidence to advance to the semi finals with their own fans in the back. Pushed forward by about 11.000 home supporters the 2010 Thai Premier League champion dominated right from the start. Muang Thong was able to create one chance after another throughout the 90 minutes, whereas Kuwait SC got just a few. The home side failed either on guest goalkeeper Khalid Al Fadhl, the woodwork or it's own inability to hit the target. Even "God" in the shape of Robbie Fowler couldn't help score.
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AFC Cup Quarter Final 2011 - just wins count for the Thai sides (News)
Topic: AFC Cup

Muang Thong Fans
Thananuwat Srirasant

Second leg of the AFC Cup quarter finals are on the programme on Tuesday. Both Thai sides, Muang Thong and Chonburi will face an uphill battle after loosing the 1st leg by the same results. Only wins are counting if they want to advance to the semi-finals.

Chonburi FC as well as Muang Thong United had to accept a 0-1 defeat in the first leg. Nevertheless, 2010 Thailand league champion substantially is in a better position with facing Kuwait SC at home on Tuesday. Datsakorn Thonglao is not worried and he counts on the home advantage of a packed Yamaha-Stadium with having the fans in the back. Muang Thong is still unbeaten in the 2011 issue of the AFC Cup: "We haven't lost at home this year and we want to crowd to rise up so we can impose our will on Kuwait." he is hoping. If Muang Thong should be able to overcome the Kuwaitis, they would repeat last years success by reaching the semis.
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2011 AFC Cup - Muang Thong and Chonburi ahead of their tasks (News)
Topic: AFC Cup
After a four months break, continental action is back in Asia, and so the AFC Cup is. With Muang Thong and Chonburi, Thailand still have their two horses in the race. With Nasaf Qarshi and Kuwait SC, both sides are to face tough opponents in the quarter final knock out stage.

Muang Thong United is going to play away first in what is a two legged match and Kuwait SC is the opponent. The club from Kaifan, a suburban area of Kuwait City, was founded in 1960. It is the third-most successful club of the country and his best times where in 70's. After a long hard haul during the 80's and 90's, the club is back under Kuwaitis biggest since about 10 years. Kuwait SC squandered their chances to win the national championship when they eventually lost to Al Qadsia on the very last day of the season. Al Qadsia is the same club who kicked out Thai Port FC in last years AFC Cup quarter finals.
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AFF Suzuki Cup - semi finals
 

1 December 2018
 
19:45
Malaysia - Thailand

0-0
 
 

2 December 2018
 
19:30
Phillippines - Vietnam
1-2
 
 

5 December 2018
 
19:00
Thailand - Malaysia
-:-
 
 
6 December 2018
 
19:30
Vietnam - Phillippines
-:-
 

Thai League - matchday 33
 

3 October 2018
 
18:00
Prachuap FC
- Suphanburi FC

0-1
 
18:00
Bangkok Glass
- Ubon UMT

1-1
 
18:00
Chainat FC

-

Bangkok United

0-0
 
18:00
N. Ratchasima
- Chiang Rai Utd

1-1
 
18:00
Air Force
- Buriram Utd

2-3
 
18:00
Navy FC
- Police Tero

4-2
 
18:00
Port FC
- Chonburi FC

5-0
 
18:00
Ratchaburi FC
- Sukhothai FC

0-0
 
18:00
Muang Thong
- Pattaya Utd

5-5
 

Thai League 2 - matchday 30

29 September 2018
 
18:00

Rayong FC -   PTT Rayong 0-2
 
18:00
Khon Kaen FC -   Chiang Mai FC 2-2
 
18:00
Samut Sakhon FC -   Ang Thong FC 3-3
 
18:00
Udon Thani FC -   Krabi FC 4-2
 
18:00
Sisaket FC -   Kasetsart FC 2-0
 
18:00
Trat FC -   Thai Honda 2-1
-
18:00
Nong Bua -   Army United 1-1
 

Thai League 3 - matchday 24
11 August - 12 August 2018
 
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