Thai Port were back in action today as they took on Thammasat University at Rajamangala Stadium.
The match was played over 3 periods of 40 minutes, with both managers making plenty of
substitutions throughout the game.
Port won the fixture 3-1 with goals from Worawut Wangsawad, Jirawat Makarom and Sompong Soleb.
Thai Port have announced their 26 man squad for the upcoming Toyota Premier Cup. Port will take on
J-League 2 side Shonan Bellmare at Suphachalasai Stadium in Bangkok on Sunday 13th June - kick off
time is 16:00pm.
Goalkeepers: 35. Narong Wisetsri, 39. Munze Ulrich, 40.
One of Thai Port's several trialists has been identified as Jay Harris (pic below). The London born
defender made a combined total of 179 league appearances in English football for Gillingham,
Tooting & Mitcham United, Lincoln City and Crawley Town. He has also played in Norway for
Tromsdalen UIL and Alta IF, in Sweden for Enkopings SK and in Hungary for Dunaújváros FC and
Thai Port Under 19's had to settle for a 1-1 draw against BEC-Tero Under 19's in today's FA Youth
Cup tie. The game was due to be played in Khlong Toei, but was switched to Tephasadin Stadium
because the repaired and partially re-laid turf at PAT Stadium is not yet ready for use.
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According to a thread on Samut Prakan United's official message board, 'The Red Devils' beat Thai
Port by two goals to one at Sports Authority Stadium, Samut Prakan.
Further details to follow (if possible).
Thai Port have released a statement written by Pichet Mankong (pictured below). It confirms that he
has resigned from his post as CEO in order to help the club secure it's TPL future. He will be
replaced by Police General Pratheep Tanprasert. The pair will meet with TPL & FA executives at the
Radisson Hotel on Monday afternoon to clarify the clubs position.
Khon Kaen born Issarapong Lilakorn has completed a 400,000 baht move from Thai Port to Sisaket FC.
The young striker has signed a two-year deal at Sri Nakhon Lamduan Stadium.
After putting pen to paper, he stated that "I am delighted to be returning to the North-East again.
I learnt a lot from Thai Port and Sasom Pobpraserd, but now I hope to use my skills to make Sisaket
Samut Prakan United have announced via their official message board that they will take on Thai
Port as part of their pre-season preparations. The game will take place on Sunday January 30th at
Sport Authority of Thailand Stadium, Bang Phli, Samut Prakan. The kick-off time is 2:00pm (i
* Any idea why the 'about us' section on SPU's website gives a potted history of Manchester United?
Thai Port were involved in yet another goal-fest this afternoon, as they continued their 2011
pre-season campaign with a trip to Iron Bull Stadium to face Bangkok FC. The home side managed to
edge out their more illustrious Thai Premier League opponents by four goals to three.
THAI PORT STARTING XI : 39.
Thai Port started their 2011 pre-season campaign with a 6-3 win over Ang Thong at Ang Thong
Municipal Stadium. Details are a bit sketchy, but I believe that Steven Robb played some part in
the game, and that Jacob Aikhionbare, Teerawut Sanphan & Sarawut Kongjareon each scored twice.
Teerawut (pic below) played plenty of games for Port in the 2009 season, including a substitute
appearance in the FA Cup Final, so it came as a surprise when he was loaned to Trang for the 2010
Thailand's U23 Olympic squad overcame their Malaysian counterparts by two goals to one in a
friendly match at Rajamangala Stadium on Thursday evening. Both managers used the game to take a
look at their players ahead of the 2012 Olympic qualifying campaign that begins later in the
Chayanan Phombuppha put the Thais in front after a quarter of an hour, a lead they held until the
71st minute when Ibrahim scored for the visitors.
Former St Mirren winger Steven Robb (pictured below) has completed the formalities of his transfer
to Thai Port. The Scot is believed to have penned a two-year deal at PAT Stadium.
Elsewhere, promising youngster Issarapong Lilakorn is set to be sold by the club, with several
teams showing interest in the Khon Kaen born striker.
Thai Port have announced that two more players have joined the club. Midfielder Thongchai
Keunkuntod (right of pic) arrives from Thai Honda on a two-year contract, while ex Bangkok Bank and
Krung Thai Bank defender Tada Keelalay (left of pic) joins from Chanthaburi on a one-year deal.
There is still no confirmation that we have signed Ekkapoom Pohtarungroj or Steven Robb.
Thai Port manager Sasom Pobpraserd has told TLO that Moudourou Swa-Moise has returned to training
with club and will sign a new two-year contract very soon.