Just clashing in the final of the 31st SEA Games, two teams with many debts U23 Vietnam and U23 Thailand will meet again in the Asian U23 tournament. It seems that the Thai people are doing everything for the “debt collection”.
Video of Thailand U23 receiving silver after losing to Vietnam U23:
Failure in the 31st SEA Games final is an unforgettable pain for Thai football. In the ambition to reclaim the number 1 position in the region, coach Mano Polking’s army dreamed of victory right on the field of Vietnam. But in the end, Thailand U23 had to accept defeat, which Coach Polking admitted was the first to admire the army U23 Vietnam by Coach Park Hang Seo.
U23 Thailand announced 30 players to attend the final round of the Asian U23 tournament
Like Mr. Park, the 31st SEA Games is Coach Mano Polking’s last tournament with Thai youth football. The person who will take up this job is the legend of “War Elephants”, former striker Worrawoot Srimaka. And as soon as he was assigned the responsibility, this 50-year-old coach set the goal of “washing the face” of the Thai people.
On June 2, U23 Vietnam and U23 Thailand will meet again in the debut match of the coaches of both teams, Gong Oh Kyun and Worrawoot Srimaka. According to Siam Sports, coach Srimaka continues Polking’s strategy, increasing resources to compete abroad. In the immediate future, 30 names have been appointed by coach Srimaka in the gathering, before closing the final list.
Accordingly, the lineup that Thailand U23 called for the tournament Asian U23 Finals also enhanced with stars who are competing abroad, with the core being European stars. This enhancement is spread across all glands.
At the 31st SEA Games, Thailand U23 used many players to compete abroad. However, according to the statistics of Siam Sports, only 10 names who attended the 31st SEA Games were retained by coach Srimaka. That is goalkeeper Supanut Suadsong, defender Khemdee, Chonnapat Buaphan, Nakin Wisetchat; midfielders Airfan Doloh, Jakkit Palapon, Ekanit Panya and three strikers Korawich Tasa, Teerasak Poeiphimai, Patrik Gustavsson.
According to Siam Sports, this addition is so much that it equals an entire squad. That is defender Nicholas Mickelson (playing in Denmark), Yannick Nussbaum (playing in Switzerland), midfielder Channarong (playing in Spain), striker Achitpol Keereerom, Marcel Sieghart (playing in Germany) …
The remaining two defenders Nicholas Mickelson (Odense, Denmark), Yannick Nussbaum (Yong Boys, Switzerland), midfielder Thanawat Suengchitthawon (Leicester, England), Channarong Promsrikaew (Union Adarve, Spain) and three money Directors Achitpol Keereerom (FC Augsburg II), Sittichok Paso (FC Ryukyu, Japan), Marcel Sieghart (SC Olching, Germany).
Good news to Thai football fans. The female team leader Madam Pang revealed that two players Yannick Nussbaum and Marcel Sieghart joined the “War Elephants” on May 25. Meanwhile, defender Nicholas Mickelson will gather later, on May 28. Team leader Madam Pang has succeeded in convincing young stars who are competing in Europe to play in Asian U23 Championship as well as upcoming major tournaments with Thailand U23.
List of 30 Thai U23 players
Goalkeepers: Nopphon Klaraphol (Buriram), Supanut Thruadsong (True Bangkok), Kiatphon Udom (Chiang Mai FC), Sophonwit Rakyat (Ayutthaya United), Worawut Sukuna (Uthai Thani).
Defenders: Kritsada Kaman, Chatmongkol Ruangtanaroj, Songchai Thongcham (Chonburi), Nakin Wisetchat (BG Pathum), Thiti Tumphon (Nakhon Ratchasima), Chonphat Buaphan (Ratchapracha)), Wanchat Choosong (Uthai Thani), Jonathan Khemdee (Odense), Marcel Tawan Sikhart (SC Olching), Yannick Nassbaum (BSC Youngboy).
Midfielders: Irafan Dolo (Buriram), Purachet Todsanit (Muangthong), Chakkrit Phalapon (Khon Kaen United), Ekanit Panya (Chiang Rai), Thanawat Suengchitthawon (Leicester City), Benjamin James Davis (Oxford), Channarong Phromsrikao (Union Adame) , Chayapipat Suphanphat (Estroil).
Forwards: Suphanat Mueanta (Buriram), Kornwit Tasa (Muangthong), Teerasak Pheeppimai (Port Authority), Patrick Gustafsson (Chiang Mai FC), Achitpol Keereerom (Augburg), Sittichok Phaso (FC Ryukyu).
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