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Thai U19 hopes to qualify for the AFC Championship 2016 (News)
Topic: Thailand U19

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Thailand's under-19 is starting its qualification campaign to the AFC Championship 2016 on Wednesday and wants to follow its U-16 and U-23 counterparts to the 2016 finals.

A few weeks ago Thailand's U-19 rolled through the regional AFF Championship almost literally, to win its fourth title by scoring the remarkable amount of 29 goals; conceding just two and without dropping any point. In the final the Thais even could overcome their old rival Vietnam by winning 5:0. Equipped with much momentum and confidence Anurak Srikerd's side now takes on the qualification tournament for the AFC Championships 2016.
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Junioren-Bundesliga player for Thailands U-19? (News)
Topic: Thailand U19Charyl Chappuis

Charyl Chappuis (2014)
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Thai roots, grown up in Europe, taught to play football abroad and making it into Thai national teams. In recent years, only Charyl Chappuis and Tristan Do made it. Sumethee Khokpho could be the next one.

To win players with migrant background for its own national team is a big issue these days in the world of modern football. Some federations pursue the search with big vehemence for players who have grown up abroad and could come into question to for the own national teams. Others care less or even cannot be bothered at all.
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Thailand to start it's AFF U-19 campaign today (News)
Topic: Thailand U19

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Over the past weeks there was plenty of action seen Thai national teams involved. It won't get less over the next couple of weeks and month. Already since Thursday last week the AFF U19 championships underway while Thailand is going to start it's campaign off this Sunday.

This years tournament is played with 10 teams, divided into two groups. The best two nations of each group are to face each other in the semis. Thailand was drawn into group A together with Singapore, Cambodia, Malaysia and Philippines. The first opponent Thailand have to take on this Sunday is Malaysia. Latter had their opener already against Cambodia, resulting in a goalless draw. The other match of group A between Philippines and Singapore ended 1-1. This year Thailand U19 will be under the helm of newly appointed head coach Somchai Chuayboonchum. Followers of Thai football may recognise his name, as Somchai acted as coach for TPL side Samut Songkhram for many years. He recently was in charge of Chanthaburi FC and was dismissed there few months ago.
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AFC U19 Championship 2010 - Positive closure (News)
Topic: Thailand U19

No. 25 Natthawut Khamrin
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Thailand's U19 finished their AFC U19 Championship campaign positive. After the second match, Thailand have been out of the tournament already. However the lads finished with a positive note, draw level with China in the last match of Group A. China already qualified for the next round before the game.

Both sides found opportunities hard to come by during the opening 30 minutes with China restricted to long shots and Thailand looking to hit the hosts on the break. Zhang Xihe saw a drive from the edge of the box denied by the legs of keeper Ukrit Wongmeema in the 26th minute before nine minutes later, Thailand took the lead.
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AFC U19 Championship 2010 - Thailands U19 lost for the second time (News)
Topic: Thailand U19

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Thailands U19 lost their second match of Group A to Saudi-Arabia by one goal to nill. A late goal smashed all hopes to advance to next round. By far Thailand was the better side and had better chances, but failed to score.

As coach Chalermvud Sangnapol promised before the match, he made a few changes on the starting line-up. Ukrit Wongmeena found his way back into the goal after being not eligible to play the first match. Chayanan Pombuppha from Police United was left off the field and was replaced by Phuket FC striker Chakrit Rawanprakone. At the end of the article you will not only be able to find the line-up of the match, you even will be able to find the whole squad listed including the clubs the lads are playing for.
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Tyota League Cup semi-finals
 

19 September 2018 - Supachalasai Stadium
 
19:00
N. Ratchasima
- Chiang Rai Utd

2-4 (pen)
 

19 September 2018 - Boonyachinda Stadium
 
19:00
Buriram United
- Bangkok Glass

1-2
 
Thai League - matchday 30
 

15 September 2018
 
17:45
Suphanburi FC
- Ubon UMT

2-2
 
18:00
Port FC
- N. Ratchasima

4-0
 
19:00
Bangkok Glass
-

Chiang Rai Utd

0-0
 
19:00
Police Tero
- Air Force

2-3
 
20:00
Sukhothai FC
- Pattaya United

4-0
 

16 September 2018
 
18:00
Chonburi FC
- Bangkok United

2-4
 
18:00
Ratchaburi FC
- Chainat FC

2-1
 
19:00
Navy FC
- Prachuap FC

1-1
 
19:00
Muang Thong
- Buriram United

0-3
 

Thai League 2 - matchday 28

15 September 2018
 
18:00

PTT Rayong
-   Ang Thong
1-3
 
19:00
Kasetsart FC
-   Army United
2-1
 
20:00
Nong Bua
-   Rayong FC
1-2
 

16 September 2018
 
18:00
Trat FC
-   Samut Sakhon FC
4-1
 
18:00
Chiang Mai FC
-   Thai Honda
2-0
 
19:00
Lampang FC
-   Krabi FC
2-3
-
19:00
Sisaket FC
-   Udon Thani FC
1-2
 

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