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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.   As

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Not many would have predicted the Garudas to be one of the finalists when the bi-annual tournament kicked off in November. For a country who just had their ban lifted by FIFA after a year, the intention of making up the lost times on international

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Thailand U16, also known as the Chang Thailand was hosted by Australia’s Footskills U18 at the Singapore’s biggest international youth tournament, SingaCup 2016.   Although the Thais were expected to walk over their opponent easily, it was the Australian team who drew the first blood to give

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Profile photos of Thai people are changed to black and white. Images and video clips of their beloved King are widely uploaded and shared on various social media. Thai people are currently undergoing a difficult period of time. . During this mourning period, all entertainments in the

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  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,

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Barcelona’s legend, Pep Guardiola, ever said, “The player who has passed through La Masia has something different to the rest, it’s a plus that only comes from having competed in a Barcelona shirt from the time you were a child.” Very soon, 4 players from

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