U23 Thailand has a problem before the match with U23 Vietnam
Thai players leave Suvarnabhumi International Airport, Bangkok on the evening of May 29. Because there was no direct flight, they had to arrive in Istanbul (Turkey) after an 18-hour journey and then wait another four hours to be connected to Tashkent (Uzbekistan).
After landing, teachers and coaches Worrawoot Srimaka lost many luggage, including some training tools and personal items of the players. They were instructed to enter at Arrival Terminal 1 but some belongings were transferred to Arrival Terminal 2 without notice. Coach Srimaka constantly looked at his watch, urging the team leader and members of the Organizing Committee to find things for the team to return to the hotel.
After nearly two hours of waiting in vain, around 5:30 pm local time, Thailand had to leave without enough luggage. This also affects the preparation plan for the opening match against U23 Vietnam. Recently, the training session to prepare for this match of Thailand U23 has been temporarily canceled.
In addition to being forced to cancel the training session on May 31 to prepare for the match against U23 Vietnam, U23 Thailand is likely not to have the strongest force. Specifically, some players of “War Elephants” are currently still competing in Europe or have other reasons, so they cannot meet up on time.
U23 Thailand will only have two practice sessions to prepare for the opening match of the Asian U23 tournament, against U23 Vietnam on June 2.
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