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Today, 22 January, at the Mae Fah Luang University Stadium,

Chiangrai United (Thai Premier League) plays a friendly match

against Ratchaburi FC (Regional League Division 2 Central and Eastern) .

Kick-off at 3 pm.

Also today, in the same stadium at 6 pm our U19 team (under 19) will play against

their peers of TTM-FC Phichit. This Thursday they played against Thai Port FC U19,

a game that ended in a draw (1 - 1). The star was, who else, our Brasilian Philipe.

Last week CRUTD played, also at home, a friendly against Phrae United, that

was won (2 - 1).

At this moment it isn't sure yet when, or even if, the 'Northern Thai Derby' between

CRUTD and Chiangmai FC (this season for the first time playing in the First Division)

is going to happen.

Between January 29 and February 6 the Super Regional Football League Championship

will be in Songkla and Haad Yai. Chiangrai United plays January 30 against

Songkla FC, next day against Bangkok FC and February 2 against Satun United FC.

So CRUTD has a rather busy program ahead the coming weeks.

As I might have mentioned before: Our Ghanese ball-magician Adu Gyamfi is playing this

season for Ratchaburi, so it will be interesting to see if he will be lined up today.

The first ever Thai Premier League game in history in Chiang Rai will take place

the 12th of February when our players will meet their counterparts of TTM-FC Phichit.

Have a nice weekend!

Limbo :yohan:

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Chiangrai United in Premier League... That's a dream becoming reality... but a very expensive dream.

The budget for the coming season has exploded. This year, the management, the sponsors and the Chiangrai United fans are all important to the success of the team.

Chiangrai United and the Chiangrai People will have to be rather creative to allow the team to compete at the highest level in the best possible conditions.

Revenues are very important and every ticket, t-shirt or key chain sold will help the team to reach its objectives.

Weah Radio joined hands with Chiangrai United to open a new way for the Chiangrai United fans to support their club: The Gold and Platinum Club cards.

By making a donation to the club, fans can get benefits such as reserved parking, fast track to the stands, VIP lounge, tickets sent direct by mail, complementary food and drinks, etc...

Benefits of the Platinum Club includes complementary catering provided by Le Meridien Chiangrai.

These benefits will be available at the Mae Fah Luang stadium for the beginning of the season, and then at the Chiangrai United stadium, once completed.

Both the Gold card and Platinum card holders will receive the same benefits at the Chiangrai Hills Stadium, which should be completed in about 4 months in Maechan.

You can read more about this on the Weah Radio website.

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Saturday February 4 at the Municipal Stadium of Chiang Rai

at 4 pm the Chiangrai United U19 plays a TFA Youth League match against Thai Port FC

and at 6 pm Chiangrai United plays a friendly game against Chiangmai FC

Yesterday CRUTD played away against Chiangmai in the 700 Year Anniversary Stadium and won 2 - 1.

At the moment CRUTD can not use the stadium on the campus of Mae Fah Luang University

as the field has to be prepared for the Premier League games to come.

Until the new United Stadium (just in front of the new airport) is finished Chiangrai United

will use the stadium of the university.

Though the one new building after the other arises on the municipal sports complex it seems as if

the municipal civil servants completely forgot to take care of the most important part of it all:

The sport fields themselves! They simply don't seem to have the expertise or the willingness to do so.

A field in this miserable condition increases the risc of injuries and is a disaster for every ball

technician as it simply doesn't permit the blind moves that are necessary for subtile ball treatment.

It reduces the players to a kind of Kubota tractors that only can shovle the ball forwards.

The first home game of Chiangrai United had to be postponed and it is very well possible

that the municipal incompetence played a role in this. Why don't they hire experts?

Anyhow, as far as it looks now the first Thai Premier League game in history in Chiang Rai will take place

not earlier than March 13 at the stadium of Mae Fah Luang University and will be against SCG Samut Songkhram.

Limbo :yohan:

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Chiangrai United after two years: The sky is the limit!

In less than two years Chiang Rai gained a prominent presence on the map of Thailand! Never before Chiang Rai

has been mentioned so many times on television, in newspapers, in magazines and on internet sites. Wondering

how it happened you might think of many reasons, like natural disasters or famous corruption scandals, even an

awakening of the local TAT office, but the truth is simply this:

A football club, Chiangrai United FC, was founded in 2009, became that year champion of the northern league,

promoted after successful play-offs with the other regional champions to the national First Division and did

what only two other clubs did earlier in Thai football history: At the end of the season of 2010 they promoted

again, this time to the highest level in Thai football, the Thai Premier League.

Chiangrai United FC is writing history: Our town suddenly belongs to the top of Thailand, so far only in football,

but thanks to all the publicity the side effect will be that among others the tourism industry will benefit enormously,

not only because of the thousands of supporters of visiting clubs but simply by the new ‘branding’ of Chiang Rai.

The spin-off of Chiangrai United’s glory will be noticeable all over this province and benefit many of its inhabitants.

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The professionalism of the ‘founding fathers’ of this successful club is reflected in their international orientation:

In the two years of its existence we saw not only players from Thailand join this great team, but also from Ghana,

Japan, Brazil and Rumania and the coaches came from Thailand, Brazil and Togo.

The present coach, Stefano ‘Teco’ Cugurra is not only a former player of Vitesse (Arnhem, Dutch Premier

League), but gained fame in Brazil as coach of the U19 national team and finally won three times the national championship

in the Indonesian Premier League with Persebaya FC, the famous club of Surabaya with its not less (in)famous ‘tifosi’.

Two of the players of Chiangrai United FC have been playing European Cup Football. Brazilian Edvaldo Pereira

won the Swiss Championship with St. Gallen FC in 1999 and played thus for the Champions Cup and Rumanian Leontin

Chitescu played with CFR Cluj in the UEFA Cup in 2005, where this team ended as runner-up.

For an English language forum like this it might be rather interesting to see which foreign players are part in the

success of this great team, but that should not overshadow the great Thai players of Chiangrai United. Like for instance

our unsurpassable Wasan Natasan who was elected by the Thai Football Association to be the best striker of

the First Division of the Thai Premier League in the year 2010.

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The last two seasons Chiangrai United FC has mainly been playing in the thirty years old stadium that is under

supervision of local civil servants. The condition of the field is not good enough for Premier League football,

the risk of injuries is too high and, very simple, and you can’t play good football on a tubers field.

At the moment the United Stadium is built, the future official stadium of Chiangrai United. The construction site is

situated about two hundred meters in front of the (new) airport. If everything goes the way the team and its thousands

of supporters hope for, it might be possible that the second leg of this year’s league can be enjoyed there.

This year the team, like during the first months in 2009, will have to play again at the beautifully situated Mae Fah

Luang University Stadium, forcing thousands of enthusiastic Chiangrai United fans to travel 35 kilometers to the

north for the home-games. Yes, six to seven thousand loyal supporters our team can count on. Among them though a

growing number of foreigners living in Chiang Rai. Many of them didn’t visit a football game life in decades, but

now they join the Orange Power Fans and their choir as well: Chiangrai! Chiangrai! Chiangrai! Susu! Susu! Susu!

The first upcoming match:

Chiangrai United FC versus SCG Samut Songkhram

This Sunday, March 13 at 6 PM at the Mae Fah Luang University Stadium history will be written:

The first ever Thai Premier League match (and the first home game in 2011 of Chiangrai United thus) that will take place

in the North of Thailand and the most Northern Province, Chiang Rai, has the honor to host it!

The 2011 Thai Premier League is only a couple of weeks old. Both teams played two matches. Samut Songkhram won at home

of Sisaket FC and their away game in Sri Racha ended in a draw. Two weeks ago Chiangrai United lost away in Phichit

against Phichit’s Korean star player Song Ji Yeon who put the first hattrick of the season on his name. Last week

Chiangrai United won away in Chonburi of Siam Navy with a convincing 3 – 1.

Enjoy the game if you so wish!

Advance ticket sales at CRUtd’s Fan Clubs in Chiang Rai (opposite IT-Plaza at King Mengrai and four hundred meters south of Den Ha

at the old Chiang Mai Road – left side). Check Rico's for collective transport.

Limbo :yohan:

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Nice post Limbo. I now feel up to speed on the great success story of Chiang Rai United.

Long may it continue.

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Thank you Paul!

It was a great atmosphere last night in the stadium of the Mae Fah Luang University, where

Chiangrai United hosted Samut Songkhram for the first Thai Premier League game ever in the

Northern Provinces. More than 7000 people travelled from Chiang Rai town roughly 35 kilometers

to the north to wittness the historical spectacle: The fans were back and they brought friends!

Also about 300 fans of Samut Songkhram travelled about thousand kilometers to cheer their team.

The first half hour Chiangrai United took the initiative, resulting in a well-deserved and beautiful

goal .... as everybody thought at least!

The goaly of Samut Songkhram theatrically gestured his defeat and the linesman, sharp-eyed as he must

have been from his position on the wrong side of the field, joined the choir of the defenders that had

seen a handball.

The remarcable flutist, who approximately didn't walk further than six or seven kilometers during this

game, was happy to rely on the judgement of his assistant and he thought the best thing he could do was

to show a yellow card to the maker of the goal, the excellent playing Edvaldo 'Vava' Pereira, for his

protest against his decision.

It would, and should, have made the game more open and thus more spectacular, this relatively early goal.

Now the ball stayed most of the time on the midfield and both sides put the greatest part of their energy

on the defence. It almost looked as if both teams were playing 'on the counter'. Hardly any good chances

were created and there were very few shots on goal. At the gate there was always at least one more defender

than a striker and this at both sides.

It was as if they were trying to walk the ball into the goal, as all attacks went through the middle with

hardly any distance shots: No risks were taken! At moments it looked as if both teams seemed to be paralysed

by fear to loose the ball.

Alltogether both teams put good football on the carpet and the game remained exciting untill the last moment.

Over all Chiangrai United was the best team and had a clear greater ball possession. For the fans of Samut

Songkhram a party worth, as they succeeded in taking a point home, for the fans of Chiangrai United the sadness

of unjustified loosing two points out of the possible three.

Please judge for yourself:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mNnSWkqjccs&feature=player_embedded

Limbo :yohan:

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To be sure that you get the ticket you want it is recommendable to buy

it in advance, especially if you prefer a VIP seat in the middle of the

main stand (180 Baht) as there are only 240 of its kind.

Advance sales take place at the fan clubs at Hi Yeak (Phor Khun or

Mengrai) two hundred meter to the south opposite the ITD plaza and

at the fan shop at the old Chiang Mai road about four hundred meters

from Den Ha direction Chiang Mai at the left.

In two weeks the next home game will take place, against Sisaket MT FC.

There will be probably three more places to buy tickets, some new locations

in Chiang Rai, but also in Mae Sai and Maechan.

If you look at this picture, taken last night, you will understand that

it isn't directly luxury to do so. I hope to be able to tell you in due

time when the advance sales start and where.

Limbo :yohan:

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Tomorrow if you read this today and today if you read it tomorrow:

Army United versus Chiangrai United

The game starts at 6 pm and will be televised live on Channel TRUE 69

Chiangrai United is so far doing fine in the Thai Premier League.

Last week at the stadium of the Mae Fah Luang University CRUTD won

of David Booth's Sisaket FC. It was a penalty in the tenth minute

of the second half that did the trick.

For David, who started his career as a coach in the eighties in Grimsby

and Darlington and who last year still coached the national team of Laos

it must have been a disappointment, but the result was justified as CRUTD

had a far greater ball-possession. Brasilian Edvaldo Pereira seemed to

multiply himself; he seemed to be everywhere, and how!

In five games Chiangrai United collected 8 points.

Only four clubs did better.

Andy, the Superman mascotte of Bangkok Glass and thus in command of at

least eight beautiful Bunnies (see his glorious picture in the thread

about the new stadium in Maechan) and considered one of the top Brittish

specialists on Thai football, is also is a fan of Chiangrai United FC.

According to him Chiangrai United has been the best performing team in

all its games so far.

It was for that matter our number 40, Wasan Nattasan who scored from

the penalty, the best forward of the First Division during 2010

(officially elected by the Thai Football Association).

Since last week Khun Wasan is father of a lovely daughter with

a very appropriate nickname: Forty!

We wish the family Nattasan luck and happiness!

Limbo :yohan:

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Chiangrai United has a new English language website !

There are two ways to visit it.

Or you pass through the official website of Chiangrai United FC

(http://www.chiangrai-united.com/) by clicking on the Union Jack

button or you go directly to:

http://chiangraiunited.webs.com/

The English language website is independent. It not necessarily reflects the

official views of the club.

It informs about the games, presents news, fixtures & tables, photos & video

and general information as well about what happens in Thai football. For this

we work closely together with the German and English language site on Thai

football: http://www.thai-fussball.de/en/

Coming Sunday, the first of May, CRUtd will play at home (the stadium of the

Mea Fah Luang University) against Pattaya United. The game starts at 6 PM.

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If you don't have transport you can ask at Rico's if its supporters group will have

space left in one of the cars or you could choose to look at the game in the local

fanshops of the towns where you live. Don't forget to wear orange 555!

In Chiang Rai town there are two fanclubs:

- opposite ITD Plaza at the old town wall close to the Mengrai monument.

- at the old road to Chiang Mai about three hundred meters after Den Ha.

In Phan probably in the Chiangrai United shop at the little square next

to the hotel in the centre of town.

In Mae Sai at the first traffic light at your right (coming from the south)

next to the gasoline station. Probably also in the former Monkey Island at the

border. About threehundred meter to the left from the bridge.

Or at home, if you have the right satellite: the game will be shown on the channel

of Siamsport (at 18.00 thus).

It was a pleasure to keep you informed about what happened during the first two

years of this miraculous football club. Thanks for all the positive reactions!

Next week it is two years ago that I posted for the first time about the club.

I concluded my first posting with 'the future is ours'!

Who could have guessed that we would be playing in the Thai Premier League two

seasons later? I certainly couldn't!

I thank you for all the patience you had with my lousy English and, maybe even

worse, my lack of insight in this beautiful game which might have made your toes

curl once in a while.

I am very happy that CRAndy, also known as BG-man (as he doubles as mascotte of

another Thai Premier Leaugue team: Bangkok Glass!) will put his shoulders under it.

I will try to assist him as much as I can. He is a football man 'pur sang'!

It were concerned foreigners like him, Vinnie, Sriracha Shark, Esgede, Lokomotive and

several others that made Thai football accessible for foreigners living in Thailand

and for all those interested who are living abroad. Not to forget Nigel of course,

who started this thread!

Welcome to Chiang Rai BG-man!

And goodbye to everybody!

Limbo :yohan:

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Chiangrai United has a new English language website !

There are two ways to visit it.

Or you pass through the official website of Chiangrai United FC

(http://www.chiangrai-united.com/) by clicking on the Union Jack

button or you go directly to:

http://chiangraiunited.webs.com/

The English language website is independent. It not necessarily reflects the

official views of the club.

It informs about the games, presents news, fixtures & tables, photos & video

and general information as well about what happens in Thai football. For this

we work closely together with the German and English language site on Thai

football: http://www.thai-fussball.de/en/

Coming Sunday, the first of May, CRUtd will play at home (the stadium of the

Mea Fah Luang University) against Pattaya United. The game starts at 6 PM.

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If you don't have transport you can ask at Rico's if its supporters group will have

space left in one of the cars or you could choose to look at the game in the local

fanshops of the towns where you live. Don't forget to wear orange 555!

In Chiang Rai town there are two fanclubs:

- opposite ITD Plaza at the old town wall close to the Mengrai monument.

- at the old road to Chiang Mai about three hundred meters after Den Ha.

In Phan probably in the Chiangrai United shop at the little square next

to the hotel in the centre of town.

In Mae Sai at the first traffic light at your right (coming from the south)

next to the gasoline station. Probably also in the former Monkey Island at the

border. About threehundred meter to the left from the bridge.

Or at home, if you have the right satellite: the game will be shown on the channel

of Siamsport (at 18.00 thus).

It was a pleasure to keep you informed about what happened during the first two

years of this miraculous football club. Thanks for all the positive reactions!

Next week it is two years ago that I posted for the first time about the club.

I concluded my first posting with 'the future is ours'!

Who could have guessed that we would be playing in the Thai Premier League two

seasons later? I certainly couldn't!

I thank you for all the patience you had with my lousy English and, maybe even

worse, my lack of insight in this beautiful game which might have made your toes

curl once in a while.

I am very happy that CRAndy, also known as BG-man (as he doubles as mascotte of

another Thai Premier Leaugue team: Bangkok Glass!) will put his shoulders under it.

I will try to assist him as much as I can. He is a football man 'pur sang'!

It were concerned foreigners like him, Vinnie, Sriracha Shark, Esgede, Lokomotive and

several others that made Thai football accessible for foreigners living in Thailand

and for all those interested who are living abroad. Not to forget Nigel of course,

who started this thread!

Welcome to Chiang Rai BG-man!

And goodbye to everybody!

Limbo :yohan:

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Thanks limbo, site looks very good! Lman has joined

What time do folks leave from Ricos?

They need all the support we can give them as they are in the danger zone and badly need some wins.

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Chiangrai United has a new English language website !

There are two ways to visit it.

Or you pass through the official website of Chiangrai United FC

(http://www.chiangrai-united.com/) by clicking on the Union Jack

button or you go directly to:

http://chiangraiunited.webs.com/

The English language website is independent. It not necessarily reflects the

official views of the club.

It informs about the games, presents news, fixtures & tables, photos & video

and general information as well about what happens in Thai football. For this

we work closely together with the German and English language site on Thai

football: http://www.thai-fussball.de/en/

Coming Sunday, the first of May, CRUtd will play at home (the stadium of the

Mea Fah Luang University) against Pattaya United. The game starts at 6 PM.

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If you don't have transport you can ask at Rico's if its supporters group will have

space left in one of the cars or you could choose to look at the game in the local

fanshops of the towns where you live. Don't forget to wear orange 555!

In Chiang Rai town there are two fanclubs:

- opposite ITD Plaza at the old town wall close to the Mengrai monument.

- at the old road to Chiang Mai about three hundred meters after Den Ha.

In Phan probably in the Chiangrai United shop at the little square next

to the hotel in the centre of town.

In Mae Sai at the first traffic light at your right (coming from the south)

next to the gasoline station. Probably also in the former Monkey Island at the

border. About threehundred meter to the left from the bridge.

Or at home, if you have the right satellite: the game will be shown on the channel

of Siamsport (at 18.00 thus).

It was a pleasure to keep you informed about what happened during the first two

years of this miraculous football club. Thanks for all the positive reactions!

Next week it is two years ago that I posted for the first time about the club.

I concluded my first posting with 'the future is ours'!

Who could have guessed that we would be playing in the Thai Premier League two

seasons later? I certainly couldn't!

I thank you for all the patience you had with my lousy English and, maybe even

worse, my lack of insight in this beautiful game which might have made your toes

curl once in a while.

I am very happy that CRAndy, also known as BG-man (as he doubles as mascotte of

another Thai Premier Leaugue team: Bangkok Glass!) will put his shoulders under it.

I will try to assist him as much as I can. He is a football man 'pur sang'!

It were concerned foreigners like him, Vinnie, Sriracha Shark, Esgede, Lokomotive and

several others that made Thai football accessible for foreigners living in Thailand

and for all those interested who are living abroad. Not to forget Nigel of course,

who started this thread!

Welcome to Chiang Rai BG-man!

And goodbye to everybody!

Limbo :yohan:

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GOODBYE TO EVERYBODY??????????????????????????????

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Thanks Limbo, the new site looks good.

What time do the folks leave from Ricos?

Crai United need all the support we can give to get them some wins and out of the danger zone.

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Thanks Limbo, the new site looks good.

What time do the folks leave from Ricos?

Dear Lannaman, a pity you didn't have time yesterday! The chefs of Le Meridien

had done their utmost and the lady who serves the beers seems to get more and

more beautiful every time Chiangrai United plays at home. It would also have been

a great opportunity to meet a nice group of foreigners from the Bangkok area that

visit all games of CRUtd 'down south'. The atmosphere in 'the box' was very pleasant.

Dear Big Gary, no, I myself am not moving away, but the information about football in

Chiang Rai will from now on move to the new English language Chiangrai United website.

We are still experimenting with it, but CRAndy and Limbo-John (...uh), with the help of

the other members, will try to make it as attractive as we can. The advantage of a website

above a thread in a forum is clear: the info can simply be organized better, it's easier

to bring pictures and videos together and you have a one-item forum concerning football.

See you around soon, probably at the shop of Khun Phed. Nice relaxed place for a beer!

Chiangrai United - Pattaya United 3 - 1

It was a spectaculair game with four excellent goals, three for our side and

one for Pattaya United. Especially the first, after 18 minutes, was a typical

Edvaldo action: In full horizontal flight on one and a half meters high he

launched a straight and hard as nails untenable shot.

Nothin wrong with the second goal either: upcoming defender Tawatchai took the

ball directly from three meters outside the 16 meter area and it bowed politely

over Pattaya's goalkeeper and ended nicely into the right upper corner.

In the extra time of the first half we got the only goal against. One has to admit

that it was a good-looking one: From the right and at least 25 meters Pattaya's

Peeraphon took the ball on his slipper and his cross caramboled surprisingly from

the post into the goal.

During the second half Pattaya started, forcedly, chasing. And this was done very

enthousiastically, resulting among others in a red card for an attack on our Brasilian

master player Edvaldo. Soon it was followed by a yellow one, also this one being

presented to an over-eager 'Rocking Dolphin'.

It took until the last moments of the generously allotted five minutes extra time

that a Chiangrai United player was floored within the 16-meter area and 'reborn'

Wasan didn't make a mistake: from the eleven meter spot he sent the ball straight

and untenable into the right upper corner: 3 - 1 !

Before the game it was raining, but it was heartwarming to see that it didn't prevent

the fans from making the more than 25 kilometer trip to the stadium on the MFL

university campus. The total number of visitors must have been about 3.500.

Three weeks they had been waiting for the next home game and they came ...

Next home game will be coming Saturday, this time against last years Thai

Thai premier League champion Muang Thong United. Same place, same time.

Hope to see you next time at the stadium and/or on the new website:

http://chiangraiunited.webs.com/

Limbo :yohan:

For ten minutes highlights of last night's match, please have a look at:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFfCBDsJeFM&feature=player_embedded#at=15

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Great result. I watched some of the game on television and from the stadium noise, it seemed like there was a great atmosphere.

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Thanks Limbo! Looks good so far this website of Chiangraui United, can only become better. Can you also add a section about Chiang Rai, same like kwangkrung Chiangrai Bangkok group does. So not about football alone? More about Chiangrai?

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