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Well it looks like we could be seeing premier league football at the 700 year stadium quicker than expected if the rumours are true and Chiang Rai Utd have asked permission to use the stadium for the second leg of the season, as their own ground has not got enough capacity.

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Would be good to have a match every weekend, and a bit of the TPL. Also any ideas of the chances of Buri Ram PEA changing cities again, if they have two teams in the TPL. Basically they are one in the same team and not sure if Newin would pay for two teams. We might be Chiang Mai PEA FC, next season & have the TPL. If we don't get relegated this year it will be a good season now, well beaten on Saturday by a far superior team.

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2 home games on the bounce for Chiang Mai Fc, strting today against Raj Pratcha FC and then next week against Bangkok FC. Both games on Sunday and both 6pm kick offs. Tickets available on the day from 30-80thb. If anyone needs a lift to the ground from town there is usually some space in a car from the Red Lion pub on Night Bizzare after 4pm, we usually leave for the ground around 5.15pm.

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2 home games on the bounce for Chiang Mai Fc, strting today against Raj Pratcha FC and then next week against Bangkok FC. Both games on Sunday and both 6pm kick offs. Tickets available on the day from 30-80thb. If anyone needs a lift to the ground from town there is usually some space in a car from the Red Lion pub on Night Bizzare after 4pm, we usually leave for the ground around 5.15pm.

I have not yet enjoyed a sporting event here. Would I be permitted the small backpack usually carried for camera/keys etc. (Maybe stash a couple small cans of Singha :ph34r:)? I checked the website, no info apparent.

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Match was a lot of fun, I'll definitely go again.

CM seemed to be the stronger side dominating possesion of ball, way more shots on goal.

Could not find any luck ..

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2 home games on the bounce for Chiang Mai Fc, strting today against Raj Pratcha FC and then next week against Bangkok FC. Both games on Sunday and both 6pm kick offs. Tickets available on the day from 30-80thb. If anyone needs a lift to the ground from town there is usually some space in a car from the Red Lion pub on Night Bizzare after 4pm, we usually leave for the ground around 5.15pm.

I have not yet enjoyed a sporting event here. Would I be permitted the small backpack usually carried for camera/keys etc. (Maybe stash a couple small cans of Singha :ph34r:)? I checked the website, no info apparent.

No cans or even plastic water bottles allowed .They will look in your bag .You can buy beer outside the ground in pint sized plastic cups and bring them in .

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You can also fill one of those plastic flask containers from tesco's. they hold 3 cans and have a top so unlike the pint sized cups they don't spill. I never have a problem walking in with one of those. But back to the football, what a poor performance, they need a win on sunday now. They also need a few more players for the second leg of the season or relegation is looming. :(

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Gentlemen,

All football fans will cry with me.

Yes, it really looked as if we were coming to Chiang Mai to play.

We still will do, politics had its sayings.

But some of us will never come ...

They died yesterday on the way to Buriram.

The game went on and we lost 5 - 0.

I wouldn't have wanted us to win.

On the picture we see English Andy together with acharn Tjak.

Acharn Tjak was among the seven who died.

L.

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Sorry to hear of the losses Limbo. May they Rest In Peace.

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Very sad news, hope Chiang Mai observe a minute silence as well today for the vicims & maybe make a donation to the families.

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Very sad news, hope Chiang Mai observe a minute silence as well today for the vicims & maybe make a donation to the families.

Couldn't agree more!

A sad day indeed!

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Another lack luster performance from the team. No urgency at all after being down by a goal (own goal no less). Man, someone should teach these guys to play at a much faster pace with aggression. Down a goal and yet playing like they were leading by a goal. HUH? :annoyed:

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