Since the news of the Thai Premier League’s move to introduce the five foreign players, 1 from Asia and 1 from ASEAN countries, has been reported last December, it has garnered a mixture of reactions from the Thais and as well as regional football fraternity.
I admit that I have underestimated Thailand’s progress. What I really mean is I know about their dominance in Southeast Asia, from the AFF U-16 Youth Championship, up to the U-19 Youth Championship, the SEA Games gold medal by the U-23 and now the senior
On a warm Saturday afternoon, we made our way from the heart of Bangkok to the home ground of the famous Bangkok Glass FC’s, Leo Stadium for a visit. Once again, we were privileged to have such an opportunity to be able to visit one
Recently, Junpiter Futbol has concluded its visit to the Thai Premier League with the humble objective of visiting and understanding the football clubs and their academies achieved. Our first stop - Chonburi FC.
Upon our arrival at the busy Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok, Chonburi FC’s van,
The National Team’s custodian achieved his dream of playing overseas when he signed for Army United FC early this year. So how is the S.League Player of the Year Award 2014 winner coping in the high intensive Thai Premier League, what he thinks about the
First of all, we have to congratulate Thailand for clinching their fourth ASEAN titles. So how did the Thais fare? They captured the Cup with style, convincingly.
Undoubtedly, Thailand came into this tournament as one of hot favorites to lift the Southeast Asia’s most prestigious Cup.
AFF Suzuki Cup 2014, Group B Matches (More photos on Facebook Page)
Graduated from Crystal Palace youth academy, played in the FIFA World U-17 Championship as a 14 years old, won 4 SEA Game football Gold medals and represented Thailand National Team at the highest level of football. Teeratep Winothai, popularly known as Leesaw, brought his English