Thailand national team
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.
Instead of Thailand, young defender Elkan Baggot has decided to choose Indonesia as the team he will devote in the near future.
Bali United defender Anan Lestaluhu turned out to idolize Thailand national team star Theerathon Bunmathan who now plays in the Japanese League.
The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) expects national team coach Akira Nishino to come back next month.
Thai media reported that Supachok Sarachat was on the radar of a number of Portugal's top teams, including Sporting Lisbon.
To prepare for World Cup 2022 qualifiers, Akira Nishino sent a plan to FAT.
Defender Tristan Do believes Thailand still has a lot of chances to win the right to go to the third qualifier at World Cup 2022.
In fact, Tristian Do is the second Vietnamese player in history to play for the Thailand national team.
Thailand is planning to send the U23 team to participate in the AFF Cup 2020, which means offering championship for Vietnam.
The absence of Thailand in the AFF Cup 2020 may cause the tournament to lose its inherent attraction.
Former coach Nguyen Thanh Vinh shared that Thailand's withdrawal from the AFF Cup 2020 will reduce the professionalism of the tournament significantly.
Former Thai player Kiatisuk will automatically quarantine 14 days when the two girls studying abroad came back to Thailand
Coach Akira Nishino received very happy information when a series of pillars of Thailand promptly returned to prepare for the 2022 World Cup qualifier.
Instead of moving to Thailand to play a friendly game at the end of March, Panama chose to cancel that plan.
The defeat against the Chinese women's team also caused Thai players to return home without a ticket to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
National team coach Akira Nishino and the Football Association of Thailand on Wednesday agreed to a two-year contract extension, FAT president Somyot Poompunmuang said.