Being eliminated early from the group stage, choking to see U.23 Vietnam have a ticket to continue, Thailand U.23 coach Worrawoot Srimaka blamed his team for not having the best players.
U.23 Thailand fell first Korea
After the loss to Korea U.23, coach Worrawoot Srimaka expressed: “We failed when we missed many key players, some were normal, some were affected. health Therefore, unable to play, Thailand U.23 does not have the strongest squad. Because of the lack of players, we can’t play the way we want. We are forced to use the remaining players to play against Korea, so we can only do it within our capacity.”
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In addition, coach Worrawoot Srimaka also added that, if the Thai U.23 team had better preparation time and had the best quality players in the U.23 age group, they could win against Vietnam in the first match. to advance smoothly to the quarterfinals.
The statement of coach Worrawoot Srimaka “blaming” the situation is also understandable. Because before the match against Korea U.23, Thailand U.23 head coach also talked about the injury and physical decline of Thai players.
Coach Worrawoot Srimaka was questioned by the Thai press about his ability
Another failure in the group with U.23 Vietnam made fans football Thailand is not satisfied. Among them is dissatisfaction about not daring to accept responsibility for failure but blaming circumstances.
The Thai press has made mistakes in using people to make Thailand unable to win against Vietnam.
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With this defeat, the reputation of coach Worrawoot Srimaka became more and more low, affecting the future holding of the Thai national team.