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 By Paul Murphy

Five Thai league players, referee, officials charged with match fixing

At a young age, Charyl Chappuis' passion for football was ignited. Delve into the story of how his love for the game has evolved.

The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) will wait for the justice system to run its course after revealing the names of 12 people charged with match fixing, including five Thai League players and a FIFA referee.

FAT president Somyot Poompunmuang and National police chief Chakthip Chaijinda held a media conference at which they announced that all the suspects had been released on bail, having reported to the police following the issue of arrest warrants.

Last week, Somyot had vowed to name and...

 By Paul Murphy

Former Thailand coach Kiatisuk Senamuang takes over at Port FC

Thailand coach Kiatisuk Senamuang
Kiatisuk Senumuang has made a quick return to management with Thai league side Port FC.

Former Thailand head coach Kiatisuk "Zico" Senamuang's short break from football is over as he embraces a new challenge by joining Thai League (T1) side Port FC.

Kiatiasuk takes over from Jadet Meelarp, with the Port Lions sitting in a very respectable eighth spot in the league following promotion last year.

The legendary striker resigned from his post with the national side in March. Back-to-back defeats to Saudi Arabia and Japan in World Cup qualifying left the Thais bottom of the group, with...

 By Paul Murphy

Australia's Vidmar makes losing debut but upbeat about Bangkok Glass

Bangkok Glass coach Aurelio Vidmar
A second-half fightback by Bangkok Glass pleased new coach Aurelio Vidmar.

Aurelio Vidmar took plenty of positives from his first game in charge of Bangkok Glass, despite the disappointment of a 4-2 defeat at Bangkok United in the Premier League of Thailand (PLT).

The former Australia international watched his side stage an impressive second-half comeback before they were finally killed off by Mano Polking's title contenders.

Bangkok United were denied the opportunity to take top spot for the week when Adisorn Promrak struck an injury-time winner for Muang Thong United...

 By Paul Murphy

Chanathip masterminds Muang Thong comeback vs. Buriram in Thailand

Muang Thong midfielder Chanathip Songakrasin
Chanathip masterminded Muang Thong's comeback against reigning champions Buriram United.

2014 Suzuki Cup hero Chanathip 'Messi J' Songkrasin was the inspiration as Muang Thong United took a huge step towards winning the Premier League of Thailand (PLT) title with a 3-2 victory over bitter rivals Buriram United.

In front of a sell-out crowd at the SCG Stadium that included Croatian legend Davor Suker, the playmaker scored a wonderful equaliser to cancel out Buriram's lead and created the second as the Kirins reclaimed top spot after Bangkok United had briefly taken over on Saturday evening.

Muang...

 By Paul Murphy

Leaders Muang Thong fail to win for third consecutive match in Thailand

The arrival of former Newcastle United and Spain U21 striker Xisco apparently can't come soon enough for leaders Muang Thong United who failed to win for the third Premier League of Thailand (PLT) game in a row.

With the 30-year-old in line to face champions Buriram United on July 24, Muang Thong were held to a 1-1 draw by lowly Navy FC at the SCG Stadium on Saturday.

The result allowed Bangkok United to move just one point behind the Kirins as they survived a test at bottom side BBCU. Buriram United,...