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Navy Rayong v Muang Thong United - 5pm NBT TV
Bangkok Glass v Samut Songkrahm - 6pm True Vision
Chonburi v Pattaya United - 6pm Siam Sport
Bangkok United v Osotspa - 6pm Football Siam TV
Police United v Thai Port - 7pm T-Sport
|Posted by Thai League on July 27, 2010 at 1:09 PM||comments (1)|
Twelve teams will consist of the 1st, 2nd and the best two team of the 3rd place of each league.
The 1st group will be:
1st of the Northern region
1st of the Central and Eastern region
2nd of the Southern region
2nd of Northeastern region
2nd of Bangkok Metropolitan region
The best of the 3rd place
Total 6 teams
The 2nd group will be:
2nd of the Northern region
2nd of the Central and Eastern region
1st of the Southern region
1st of Northeastern region
1st of Bangkok Metropolitan region
The second best of the 3rd place
Total 6 teams
- The league will play home and away matches. The 1st and 2nd of each league will be promoted to Division 1
|Posted by Thai League on July 26, 2010 at 1:25 PM||comments (0)|
Khon Kaen may have a new stadium for their football club, who are in the race for promotion to the Thai Premier League next season. The government are considering spending 103 million baht on upgrading the sporting complex which would include the main stadium.
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Samut Songkrahm v Buriram PEA - NBT11 4.30pm
Bangkok United v Police United - True Sport 6pm
Bangkok Glass v BEC Tero - Siam Sport 6pm
TOT Cat v TTM Pichit - FBSTV 6pm
Thai Port v Osotspa - NBT11 5pm
Navy Rayong v Pattaya - T-Sport 5pm
Chonburi v Muang Thong United - FBSTV
|Posted by Thai League on July 20, 2010 at 1:33 PM||comments (0)|
1. Newcastle, Savilla is cancelled.
Attachai Buragumkowit, Secretary General of Tourism and Sport ministry said that Newcastle, Savilla, which earlier set to play at Rajamangala stadium end of July is cancelled even though two teams have confirmed to visit Thailand.
Mr.Attachai said that the management level orders the cancellation of the project because of its financial situation.
2. Valci Junior to wear No.30 for TTM Pichit
3. Chawalit Rampoeypak of Chumporn FC, Division 2 is banned for the season after grabbing referee’s neck. The coach is also banned for 2 matches and the stadium is banned for 1 match after the incident.
|Posted by Thai League on July 16, 2010 at 3:44 AM||comments (0)|
16.30 Osotspa Saraburi v Buriram PEA SSTV
18.00 Pattaya United v TOT Cat NBT 11
17.00 Thai Port v SCG Samut Songkrahm T-SPORT
16.30 TTM Pichit v Navy Rayong FBS TV
18.00 Police United v Bangkok Glass TRUE SPORT
18.00 Army v Chonburi FBS TV
18.00 Muang Thong United v Sisaket SSTV
18.00 BEC Tero v Bangkok United NBT 11
|Posted by Thai League on July 15, 2010 at 9:41 AM||comments (0)|
Newly promoted Chiang Rai United have signed star player Edvaldo. The Brazilian 36 year old has a key figure to Thai Ports success in the FA Cup last year and is expected to boost the northern clubs season as they are currently sitting mid table. Chiang Rai United have also signed Manit, Filipe and Ogawa.
|Posted by Thai League on July 13, 2010 at 3:06 PM||comments (0)|
After Muang Thong United released Yaya to Belguim and Sylla to Bangkok Glass the Nonthumburi team are looking for replacements for their stars. Ronarut has admitted that the loss of the two star players leaves a gap in the squad and said the club are considering other foreign talent in the league, namely Byrne of Chonburi and Georgi of TOT Cat.