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A rusty title defence (News)
Topic: Thai women's national teamSpencer Prior

The new boss: Spencer Prior
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If your rest, you rust. As the phrase goes.The Thai women's national team just recently disproved this wise saying and have won the AFF Championship back to back. Not enough, even with a new man on the touchline.

2015 was one of the most successful years in history for the women's side of the Thai Association. They have won the AFF Championship for the second time and have played the women's World Cup for the first with a historic win over Ivory Coast. The botched participation in the third round to Rio 2016, not much changed it. That was in September 2015 and it was followed by the resignation of coach Nuengruethai Sathongwien and team manager Madam Pang.
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New ticket provider for the final World Cup qualifying round (News)
Topic: Thai National TeamForth Smart

Forth Smart
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It won't be long until the final round of the World Cup qualifier is going to kick off. And with it the run for the coveted tickets for Thailand's home games. First and foremost for the two ties against Japan (September) and Australia (November). But the time-tested ticket provider "Thai Ticket Major" had its day.

"Forth Smart" is the name of the company which has won the tender of the Thai FA for the distribution of the tickets for all four home games of the final round. According to his own account, the E-payment provider is in the business for eight years and deals with almost 2 million transactions per day and is represented nationwide. TTM also applied for the tender but was not awarded a contract. Which is very unfortunate.
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World Cup and Asian Cup - In mind or with eye on (News)
Topic: Thai National TeamCartoon from Wat

image: Wats Toon

The World Cup 2018 in mind and an eye toward the Asian Cup 2019. Or even vice versa. It might depend on the angle of view. But at the bottom line, the result is the same. For the first time since over a decade Thailand is back among Asia's elite. And will be there for the next three years at least.

At the moment when Abdulrahman Al-Jassimden blew his whistle for the last time into the evening night of Teheran on the 23 March, the surprise was perfect. Although Iraq just scored seconds ago before the final whistle, to draw 2-2 with Thailand, it could not alter the fact: Without defeat, Thailand secured winning of Group F and qualified for the 2019 Asian Championships and the final qualifying round to the World Cup 2018 in Russia.
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ACL 2016: Qualification kicks off for Chonburi and Muang Thong (News)
Topic: AFC Champions League
Thailand's two representatives in the qualification for the AFC Champions League 2016 will start their campaign this Tuesday. While Chonburi will meet a side they have crossed swords before, Muang Thong will meet the AFC Cup Champion 2015.

1-1 and 1-0 were the result four years ago when Chonburi FC and Yangon United have met. At that time, in the AFC Cup and during the group stage. Now both sides to meet for the first time in the AFC Champions League. Although only in the prelimanary round. A modification of the system, which the Asian Federation has introduced recently to give more Nations the opportunity to be part of the continents premier club competition, makes this possible. At the same time, the third-class AFC Presidents Cup was abolished.
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Bringing a smile to Kiatisuk's face (Part I) (News)
Topic: Guest ColumnThailand - Iraq

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A while ago we have asked Peter Reeves to give us his thoughts on the Thai national team. Some of the followers of Thai Football may know him and his columns mainly from Dale Farrington's Chonburi FC Webpage. Usually his columns are long reads, and so is this one. So we decided to split this column for us in two pieces. However, to cut a long story short, here is our guest column by Peter Reeves.

So how are the national team doing? Well, there is a lot of excitement and confidence in the country and the dream is alive and kicking about the possibility of qualifying for the World Cup in Russia, if there is one, but is that confidence misplaced? Reality and dreams are worlds apart.
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international friendly (m)
 

25 August 2016
 
23:00
Qatar
-   Thailand 3-0
 

World Cup 2018 - qualification
 

1 September 2016 - Riyadh
 
01:30
Saudi Arabia
-   Thailand -:-
 

6 September 2016 - Rajamangala
(sold-out)
 
19:15
Thailand
-   Japan -:-
 

international friendly (w)
 

15 September 2016 -  Columbus
 
06:00
USA
-   Thailand -:-
 

Toyota League Cup - Semi finals 1st leg
 

17 August 2016
 
18:00
Buriram United
-   Songkhla United 3-1
 
18:00
Port FC
-   Muang Thong
1-2
 

Thai Premier League - match day 28
 

20 August 2016
 
18:00
Muang Thong
-   Pattaya United
4-1
 
18:00
Navy FC
-   Sisaket FC
2-0
 
18:00
Chainat FC
-   Sukhothai FC
3-2
 
18:00
Ratchaburi FC
-   Chiang Rai Utd
1-1
 
19:00
Bangkok Glass
-   Chgonburi FC
1-1
 
19:00
N. Ratchasima
-   Bangkok United
1-1
 
19:00
Osotspa FC
-   BBCU FC
4-1
 
20:00
BEC Tero Sasana -   Suphanburi FC
2-0
 
20:00
Army United
-   Buriram United
1-2
 


Thai Divison One - match day 27
 

20 August 2016
 
18:00
Air Force
-   Krabi FC
0-0
 
18:00
Port FC
-   S. Songkhram
6-2
 
18:00
Khon Kaen Utd
-   Ubon UMT
-:-
 
18:00
Rayong FC
-   PTT Rayong
2-0
 

21 August 2016
 
18:00
Nakhon Pathom -   Bangkok FC
1-1
 
18:00
Lampang FC
-   Ang Thong FC
3-2
 
18:00
Songkhla United
-   Thai Honda
0-3
 
19:00
Chiang Mai FC
-   Prachuap FC
0-0
 

Regional League - matchday 20
19 - 22 August 2016
 
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