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New coach just weeks before the Womens Asian Cup (News)
Topic: Thai women's national teamThai Women's national team

On their way to the WC2015?

Nuengruethai Sathongwien is the new head coach of the women's national team after some back and forth around the hot seat over the last months. It could do more harm than good to Thailand's goal of going to the World Cup 2015.

In June next year, Thailand's national team could either sit in front of their own TV screens at home and follow the opening match of the Women's World Cup or they could prepare for their first match of the world biggest female tournament. To make the latter happen, it doesn't need much. Theoretically two wins would be enough for a first-time ever qualification of a Thai senior side to such a stage. But than again it looks like the Thai FA could spoil this one in a lifetime chance.
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Buriram face an early exit on Wednesday (News)
Topic: AFC Champions LeagueAdisak Kraisorn

Adisak Kraisorn
image: © Thananuwat Srirasant

The current season doesn't run very well for Buriram United. Behind expectations in the league one is facing an early exit with the prelude to the second leg of the group stages in the Champions League this Wednesday.

One cannot really say things are going well this season for Buriram United so far. The spoiled by success title-hamster currently lies on rank 11 in the Thai Premier League and already has six points between them and league leaders Ratchaburi. And if one takes a close look at the statistics of the last five years, the chance of wining another league title in 2014 seems to be quite vanishing low. Because neither Buriram nor Muang Thong had three defeats on account when they had won the TPL in recent years.
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Regional League off in to its sixth season (News)
Topic: Regional LeagueRegional League Cups

The Regional League trophy's
Bild: © thai-fussball.com

Three weeks ago the Regional League has seen its kick off to the new season and will last until December including the play-offs. Not many things have changed compared to the last season.

With the opening match between Phrae United and Sukhothai FC, mid February, Thailand's third division started into its new, and sixth season. Compared to the 2013 season, the number of participant teams went down by one from 84 to 83. Not anymore or not once more part of the league is Lopburi, Yasothon, the unsuccessful Laem Chabang and astonishing-wise - Kasetsart FC. The university team from Bangkok had started to build a new stand and just missed promotion to Thailand's Division 1 eventually in the play-offs. In reverse, Hat Yai is making a return after an one year break. The promoted teams from the Khǒr Royal Cup, an amateur competition, and with it for the first time in Division 2 are: Bangkok JW University and Ratchapruek College.
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Official: Teerasil Dangda signs for UD Almeria (News)
Topic: Thai Premier LeagueThe contratcs are signed

The contratcs are signed
image: © thai-fussball.com

Now it is finally official, perfect and sealed by contract. Teerasil Dangda will move to Spain in summer. In a press conference on Wednesday the last week at SCG Stadium the contracts were signed.

No space were left in the small room where the press conference took polace in the catacombs of the SCG stadium. And the delegation of the Spanish club from Almería seemed impressed - not only by the fuss on Wednesday. Two weeks ago, shortly after the initial announcement was made that the clöub has agreed to sign Teerasil Dangda, the website of the Spaniards couldn't be reached for a longer time and up to 1 million hits were counted as it was to be heard.
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Buriram heads into groupstage without Patino (News)
Topic: AFC Champions League
It is AFC Champions League time again and for a third year in a row, Buriram United will be part of the group stage and will try to get closer to his aim of being one of the Top-5 in Asia.

After Muang Thong and Chonburi FC missed to qualify for the group stage, it is Buriram United's turn to be the only team to represent Thailand in Asia's premier club competition. And like in the last two issues of the ACL, Newin Chidchob's team is going to face opponents from South Korea, China and Japan in group E. Namely: Pohang Steelers, Shandong Luneng and Cerezo Osaka.
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AFC Champions League Group E
 
matchday 6 - 23 April 2014
18:00
Pohang Steelers
-   Buriram United 0-0
 

Thai FA Cup - second round
 
23 April 2014
 
18:00
Saraburi FC
-   Navy FC
0-1
 
16:00
Sa Kaeo
-   Nakhon Pathom
0-1
 
16:00
Banbueng FC -   Trat FC
0-3
15:30
Ratchapruek -   Nakhon Nayok
1-2
 
18:00
Khon Kaen
-   BBCU FC
2-1
 
18:00
Bangkok FC
-   Trang FC
6-0
 
18:00
Muang Kanchan -   TT-Customs 4-5 (pen)
 
16:00
Thai Honda
-   Prachuap
6-2
 
19:00
Lampang FC -   Chiang Mai FC
0-3
 
18:00
RBAC
-   Ang Thong FC
3-4 (pen)
 

Thai Premier League - matchday 9
 
19 April 2014
 
18:00
Chainat FC
-   Songkhla United
1-0
 
18:00
Singhtarua FC -   Buriram United 1-0
 
19:00
Muang Thong
-   Chiang Rai United
2-1
 
19:00
Air Force United
-   Samut Songkhram
0-1
20:00
Chonburi FC
-   Suphanburi FC
0-0
 
20 April 2014
 
18:00
Osotspa Saraburi
-   BEC Tero Sasana
0-0
 
18:00
Sisaket FC
-   Bangkok Glass
3-4
 
19:00
Bangkok United
-   Ratchaburi FC
1-0
19:00
TOT SC
-   Police United 3-1
 
20:00
Army United
-   PTT Rayong
2-0
 


Thai Divison One - matchday 8
 
19 April 2014
 
18:00
Nakhon Pathom
-   Ayutthaya FC
1-1
 
18:00
Bangkok FC
-   Pattaya United
2-0
 
18:00
BBCU FC
-   Ang Thong FC
0-2
 
18:30
Nakhon Ratchasima
-   Saraburi FC
1-1
 
20. April 2014
 
16:00
Banbueng FC
-   Krabi FC
0-1
 
18:00
Trat FC
-   Roi Et United
2-1
 
18:00
Chiang Mai FC
-   Phuket FC
2-1
 
18:00
Khon Kaen FC
-   TTM-Customs
0-2
 
19:00
Phitsanulok FC
-   Navy FC
1-1
 

Thai Regional League - matchday 8
19 - 20 April 2014
 
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