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Stefan Brasas exclusive interview - Part II (News)
Topic: Off the pitch - InterviewStefan Brasas

Stefan Brasas
Image: © Thananuwat Srirasant

Stefan Brasas is Thailand's goalkeeping coach. In the first part of our exclusive interview we could get to know why Sinthaveechai currently is the number one goalkeeper for the national team. 

In the second part which you can read today, Stefan explains why from his view Kirati Keawsombat is important for the team, about Felix Magath and how live feels in Thailand.

thai-fussball.com: In your spare time, do you deal with psychology?

Stefan Brasas: I would say I am doing this every day in every conversation. It’s with psyche that you win games, not with feet and legs.
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Stefan Brasas exclusiv interview - Part I (News)
Topic: Off the pitch - InterviewStefan Brasas

Stefan Brasas
© Thananuwat Srirasant

Since a few month, Stefan Brasas is the goal keeping coach of the Thai national team. Together with Winfried Schafer, he tries to make the impossible, possible. To bring Thailand to the World Cup 2014™. Stefan's job, to condition the guys between the posts. An exclusive interview with him is giving us insight into his work.

During his active career as goalkeeper Brasas played for German clubs like Werder Bremen and MSV Duisburg. Felix Magath was one of his coaches. Hard to believe but true, Stefan Brasas and Chonburi coach Withaya Laohakul have something in common. Both played for Saarbrucken, although both didn't came across. Haeng was with the German side at the early 1980's while Brasas was there at the early 1990's. With Omnia Nikosia (Cyprus) Stefan won his one and only championship title.
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Tony about football in Palestine (News)
Topic: Off the pitch - Interview
Just a few hours left until Thailand will play his first World Cup qualification match in 2011. In the 2nd round of the Asian WC-Qualifiers for Brazil 2014, Thailand will have to take on Palestine. 

Very little is known about Thailand's opponent, the football in the country and the national team of Palestine. However, there is a German boy running a Blog about the football and the national team. We met with him in order to find out more and we had to learn that football in Palestine is not an easy thing.
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Winfried Schaefer and his plans with Thailand (News)
Topic: Off the pitch - Interview

Winfried Schaefer
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Since 1st of July Winfried Schaefer has been in charge of Thailand's national team. During the training camp in Buriram, we had the opportunity to exclusively interview the 61-year-old German.

For 3 years now Thailand's top league has been booming. In the past Thailand's best used to earn their money abroad, now almost everybody has returned home, and the TPL is one of the best leagues in Southeast Asia. Unfortunately, Thailand's flagship, the national side, went vice versa recently and left many fans in anger. Defeats, especially to Vietnam, or draws against neighbouring Laos gnaw on the pride of Thailand's football fans and are perceived at least as badly as if England would lose to Germany, Scotland and Wales at the same time. Reasons for it may lay deep. Lack of structure in the area of youth development. The FA distinguishes itself with a lack of planning ahead, at least for European understanding, and afterwards the hiring of Bryan Robson appears in not a good light.
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In talk with BB-CU FC new signing Jay Harris (News)
Topic: Off the pitch - Interview

Jay Lee Harris

Jay Lee Harris is BB-CU's new signing. During the first half of the season he was under contract with Thai Port FC but haven't seen any action on the pitch since he joined Tarua. This was reason enough for us, to talk to him.

With not any minute of play in official league matches and therefore not on the radar for most football fans in Thailand, we found it interesting to talk to such a player. Meanwhile Jay Harris put the pen to paper for Division One side BB-CU, coached by Kitaisak Senamuang. Jay Harris is born and bread Millwall, why one of his dreams is to play for the English side. His footballing career started at the academies of Millwall, West Ham and Charlton. After playing for several clubs in Europe, including Dunaújváros FC where he met Dave Simpson (former Chonburi FC), he finally arrived at Thai Port FC.
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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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