2018 Schedule

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2018 Schedule
0-0-0, 5th in AFF Cup
Paul Murphy ESPN FC
129dPaul Murphy

Ex-Liverpool star Ziege starts Asia chapter

Former Liverpool and Tottenham wing-back Christian Ziege is beginning a new chapter in Asia as head coach of Thailand club Ratchaburi for 2018.

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135dPaul Murphy

Thailand keeper Kawin to sign in Belgium

Thailand national goalkeeper Kawin Thamsatchanan is set to team up with former Leicester City boss Nigel Pearson by heading to OH Leuven in Belgium.

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142dPaul Murphy

Five Thailand football wishes for 2018

Paul Murphy shares five wishes for Thailand football in 2018 as the Southeast Asian champions chase a third consecutive AFF Suzuki Cup title.

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191dPaul Murphy

Chappuis denies rumours of move to JDT

Swiss-born midfielder Charyl Chappuis has denied reports linking him to a move from Thailand's Muang Thong United to Malaysian giants JDT.

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250dPaul Murphy

Ex-Prem striker Lita leaves Thailand club

Ex-Premier League striker Leroy Lita has left Thai League side Sisaket FC after the struggling club reportedly fell behind with his salary payments.

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257dPaul Murphy

Thailand SEA Games coach 'trusts' players

Thailand coach Worrawoot Srimakha says he has complete faith in his players after claims of irregular betting patterns from last month's SEA Games.

Australia 2-1 Thailand: Aussies World Cup hopes alive (2:13)
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273dPaul Murphy

Thais, Indonesia join Malaysia in SEA semis

Thailand will play Myanmar, and Indonesia will face Malaysia in the SEA Games men's football semifinals after the completion of Group B on Thursday.

274dPaul Murphy

Thailand's SEA win, Indo and Vietnam draw

Three nations are vying for the top two SEA Games spots in Group B after Indonesia held Vietnam to a draw while Thailand beat Philippines on Tuesday.

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276dPaul Murphy

SEA Games: 10-man Thais beat Cambodia

Holders Thailand stayed on course for a place in the 2017 SEA Games semifinals after a 3-0 victory over Cambodia in a game of two red cards on Sunday.

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279dPaul Murphy

Champs Thailand grab first SEA Games win

After a draw vs. Indonesia in their opening match, holders Thailand recorded their first win of the 2017 SEA Games win a 1-0 win over Timor-Leste.

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282dPaul Murphy

SEA Games: Thailand held by Indonesia

Tournament favourites Thailand conceded a second-half penalty to allow Indonesia to grab a 1-1 draw in their SEA Games football opener on Tuesday.

285dPaul Murphy

Thai Buddhist monk boost for SEA Games

Thai monk Phra Prommangkalachan, who prayed for Leicester City when they won the 2015-16 Premier League, has been visited by the Thai SEA Games squad.

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311dPaul Murphy

Thailand World Cup warning for Socceroos

Thailand's King's Cup victory highlighted a new-found defensive strength that will make Australia think ahead of September's World Cup qualifier.

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318dPaul Murphy

Vidmar parts ways with Bangkok Glass

Ex-Australia international Aurelio Vidmar has parted ways with Thailand's Bangkok United 'by mutual consent' after just under one year in charge.

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339dPaul Murphy

Swiss-born Chappuis joins Muang Thong

Swiss-born Charyl Chappuis has joined Muang Thong, with the Thai champions adding midfield reinforcements after Chanathip Songkrasin's exit to Japan.

Paul Murphy ESPN FC
341dPaul Murphy

Petit in Bangkok for League Cup draw

French World Cup winner Emmanuel Petit was in Bangkok for Friday's English League Cup draw and says football's future lies in Asia.

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343dPaul Murphy

Rajevac promotes Kawin to captain

New Thailand boss Milovan Rajevac made an impressive competitive debut for an under-strength Thailand in World Cup qualifying, writes Paul Murphy.

Paul Murphy ESPN FC
353dPaul Murphy

Ex-Brisbane boss Mulvey lands Thai job

Former A-League-winning coach Mike Mulvey, the ex-Brisbane Roar boss, became the new manager of ambitious Thailand club BEC Tero Sasana on Monday.

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414dSteve Darby

Five tips for next Thailand coach

Ex-Thailand assistant boss Steve Darby gives five tips on how Kiatisuk Senamuang's successor can succeed as head coach of the SE Asian champions.

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422dPaul Murphy

Tanaboon fails to stop Japan rout

Tanaboon Kesarat's move back into midfield failed to stop Thailand from losing 4-0 to Japan in their AFC World Cup qualifier on Tuesday night.

Paul Murphy ESPN FC
422dPaul Murphy

Thailand aim to learn from Japan's success

Thai football formed a strategic partnership with the Japan by signing a Memorandum of Understanding in Tokyo ahead of Tuesday's World Cup qualifier.

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426dPaul Murphy

Siroch Chatthong shines amid Thai gloom

Despite going down 3-0 to Saudi Arabia at home, Thailand can take heart in the performance of young striker Siroch Chatthong.

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429dESPN Staff

Chappuis plans to celebrate like John Cena

Charyl Chappuis says he will celebrate like WWE wrestler John Cena should he help Thailand beat Saudi Arabia in Thursday's Bangkok WC qualifier.

493dPaul Murphy

JDT's Thai struggles ahead of playoff

2015 AFC Cup champions JDT, of Malaysia, did little to convince anyone of their chances of breaking their Thailand ACL jinx on a recent Thai tour.

RankingsAFF Cup

Goal Difference111st
Goals Scored151st
Goals Conceded4Tied-3rd