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Information seems to be difficult to find, like today seems Thailand play japan, and havnt seen anything about the game, so

please post details of forthcoming fixtures, squad news and anything that you think could be of interest regarding the national team.

thanks

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Sorry my mistake the the thread i was looking at was titled ' thailand v japan , but on looking a little further they were actually referring to todays

Buriram v yegalta game. Which is live on a channel 3? i Anyway on wards and upwards

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Thailand v Maldives : International Friendly

Chiang Mai

Friday 24th February

6:00pm

Oman v Thailand : World Cup qualifier

Oman

Wednesday 29th February

5:30pm

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So if Thailand and the Aussies win then Thailand are through ?

Come on Thailand , Oman are muck, get the finger out........

They are small, round, they score in moderation at every ground, Thailand.... Thailand....

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1-0 nil down 15? mins to go a turn and a snap shot, keeper well beaten and thailand hit the post, ohhhhhhhhh, what could have been!!!. Lots off effort by the thailand team But fair play to Oman think on the day they deserved the 2-0 win.

just a thought, was it just me or was that pitch super large?

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The group apart from Australia was very weak.

A missed opportunity for sure.

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After the match, Schaefer lashed out at the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) for its poor management and lack of professionalism.

Four Thai players missed their initial flight to the Middle East because they forgot to bring their passports.

"The Thai FA must change its coordinators. It's a shame that four players missed the flight," said the German.

Sompop Nilwong was with the team but Schaefer only knew he was not eligible when they were in Oman because the FAT failed to resister him for the World Cup qualifying with the Asian Football Confederation.

"There must be changes," he said.

Schaefer said Thailand's preparations for the Oman match were improper with only five players joining the training camp on the first few days of training because many players had to play for their clubs while others were not released by their teams.

Meanwhile, Anucha Nakasai announced his resignation as Thailand's manager saying he did not have time to look after the team.

What the hell is going on lads ???????????

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After the match, Schaefer lashed out at the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) for its poor management and lack of professionalism.

Four Thai players missed their initial flight to the Middle East because they forgot to bring their passports.

"The Thai FA must change its coordinators. It's a shame that four players missed the flight," said the German.

Sompop Nilwong was with the team but Schaefer only knew he was not eligible when they were in Oman because the FAT failed to resister him for the World Cup qualifying with the Asian Football Confederation.

"There must be changes," he said.

Schaefer said Thailand's preparations for the Oman match were improper with only five players joining the training camp on the first few days of training because many players had to play for their clubs while others were not released by their teams.

Meanwhile, Anucha Nakasai announced his resignation as Thailand's manager saying he did not have time to look after the team.

What the hell is going on lads ???????????

Sounds to me as if Schaefer is on his way out....

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After the match, Schaefer lashed out at the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) for its poor management and lack of professionalism.

Four Thai players missed their initial flight to the Middle East because they forgot to bring their passports.

"The Thai FA must change its coordinators. It's a shame that four players missed the flight," said the German.

Sompop Nilwong was with the team but Schaefer only knew he was not eligible when they were in Oman because the FAT failed to resister him for the World Cup qualifying with the Asian Football Confederation.

"There must be changes," he said.

Schaefer said Thailand's preparations for the Oman match were improper with only five players joining the training camp on the first few days of training because many players had to play for their clubs while others were not released by their teams.

Meanwhile, Anucha Nakasai announced his resignation as Thailand's manager saying he did not have time to look after the team.

What the hell is going on lads ???????????

Sounds to me as if Schaefer is on his way out....

Possibly, but it sounds a shambles, sounds like the national fa needs to grow some and stand up and be counted.

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Any fixture's for the national team coming up? Oh,A little birdie told me Buriram utd were sponsoring the thai fa, anyone know any details?

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heard rumors that there some thailand games coming, details anyone? thanks

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heard rumors that there some thailand games coming, details anyone? thanks

They were hoping to play Singapore on September 12th. However, it looks as if this match is off because there are now League Cup quarter finals scheduled for this date.

The other possibility was a friendly against Burma on the 16th but there is a full league programme slated for that weekend.

More poor management by FAT.

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