The Siamsport newspaper said that the move to the 2022 World Cup in Asia qualifying for 2021 is good news for Thailand.
After many efforts, coach Akira Nishino's return to Thai football has also been set.
The Thai media were extremely happy with the news that the 2022 World Cup qualifiers in Asia had to be postponed to 2021.
In case of force majeure, Chairman of the Thai Football Federation (FAT) Somyot is willing to give this organization an interest-free loan.
Despite the complicated development of the Covid-19 epidemic in Thailand, the Football Federation still wants Nishino to receive special benefits.
The preparations for Thailand's 2022 World Cup qualifier for Thailand are facing many difficulties when coach Akira Nishino will not be able to return in August.
To prepare for World Cup 2022 qualifiers, Akira Nishino sent a plan to FAT.
Do not want Vietnam to continue to dominate Southeast Asia, the Thai Football Federation is planning to send the strongest squad to participate in the AFF Cup 2020.
Thai media expressed its concern over the information that Vietnam will send the strongest squad to the upcoming AFF Cup 2020.
Thailand’s performance is in decline but this is still an opponent that Vietnam can not defeat in Southeast Asia.
The selection of players to attend the AFF Cup 2020 will depend entirely on Akira Nishino.
Gotoku Sakai was hospitalized due to high fever and was the first Japanese player to be infected by Covid-19.
General Secretary Le Hoai Anh denied that VFF would cut Park Hang-seo's salary because of Covid-19.
Coach Akira Nishino will not be able to follow his players' plans due to the complicated developments of the Covid-19 epidemic in Thailand.
Nishino’s favorite player Thitipan Puangchan continues to shine in the Thai League to help the home team win and maintain their position in the top 4.
Thailand has yet to find a way for the four pillars currently playing in the J-League to return to play against Indonesia in the 2022 World Cup qualifiers.
Chanathip and his teammates playing in Japan are at great risk of missing matches in this March World Cup qualifier due to Covid-19.
Coach Akira Nishino received very happy information when a series of pillars of Thailand promptly returned to prepare for the 2022 World Cup qualifier.