Feast of football in Thailand

Malaysian social league club Panda International FC (PIFC) took part in the annual Phuket International Soccer 7s 2019 tournament which was held at Thanyapura Health & Sports Resort in Phuket, Thailand. PIFC showed off their skills in both the Open and Masters competition of the tournament which saw 115 teams from 25 countries participating,making it one of the biggest tournaments in the region. Plans are under way to introduce Under-13 and Under-15 categories for the annual tournament.

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Hamidin wants Malaya Tiger to turn the eagle into prey

In celebration of Thailand’s victory in the 2022 World Cup / Asia 2023 World Cup qualifiers on Thursday, Malaysian Football Association (FAM) president Datuk Hamidin Mohd Amin reminded the Malaysian Tigers that the momentum of the victory could continue when they face Indonesia on 19. This November. According to Hamidin, he was delighted with the spirit and character of each player to rise from the sidelines and take a 2-1 victory over Thailand through the Brendan Gan and Mohamadou Sumareh networks at Bukit Jalil National Stadium, giving them the first…

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Time for Harimau Malaya to rise against Thailand at Bukit Jalil

TEN months ago, Milovan Rajevac, coach of the Thailand team, was sitting beside his Malaysian counterpart Tan Cheng Hoe at a pre-match press conference at Bukit Jalil. That one was for the AFF Cup semi-finals. Things didn’t go well for Serbian Rajevac as Thailand were knocked out by Malaysia on goal difference (0-0 in Kuala Lumpur and 2-2 in Bangkok). Rajevac was sacked by the Thai FA in January, and the man who replaced him was seated beside Cheng Hoe yesterday at Bukit Jalil in a similar press conference. Cheng…

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