Chang Suek, Thailand’s national team, announced plans to prepare a team of 75 players for the 2022 ASEAN Championship.

Mano Polking head coachChang Suek, Thai national team Announcing the list of 75 players in the first round, prepare to fight “ASEAN Championship“competitionMitsubishi Electric AFF Cup Football Between 20 December 2022 – 16 January 2023 to monitor the form of play and evaluate the results.

by the Football Association of Thailand It will proceed with the application to the athlete’s agency in the following steps: The head coach and the training staff We will consider selecting 23 athletes to prepare teams for training camps and participate in competitionsMitsubishi Electric AFF Cup Football or ASEAN Championship Next, the list of athletes is as follows:

1. Elias Dolo, FC Port Authority

2. Charil Chapui, Port Authority FC

3. Pakorn Prempak, Port Authority Football Club

4. Thanaboon Kesarat, Port Authority Football Club

5. FC Badin Phala Port Authority

6. William Vaderje, FC Port Authority

7. Teerasak Phaiphimai Port Authority FC

8. CPD Club of Supanan Burirat Port Authority

9. Benjamin Davis Port Authority CPD

10. Kevin Deeromram, Port Authority FCD

11. Chatchai Butprom, BG Pathum United Club

12. Nakin Wisetchat, BG Pathum United Club

13. Sarat Yuyen, BG Pathum United Club

14. Worachit Kanitsribamphen, BG Pathum United Club

15. Teerasil Dangda, BG Pathum United Club

16. Charoensak Wongkorn, BG Pathum United Club

17. Chakphan Praisuwan, BG Pathum United Club

18. Pathomphon Charoenrattanapirom, BG Pathum United Club

19. Kittipong Phuthawchuek, BG Pathum United Club

20. Phithiwatt Sukchitthamkul, BG Patum United Club

21. Peerapat Notechaiya, True Bangkok United Club

22. Manuel Tom Bierh, True Bangkok United Club

23. Rungrat Phumchantuk, True Bangkok United Club

24. Thitiphan Puangchan, True Bangkok United Club

25. Tristan Do True Bangkok United

26. Suphan Thongsong, True Bangkok United Club

27. Limwansathien Decade, True Bangkok United Club

28. Chayawat Srinawong, True Bangkok United Club

29. Pokklao Anan, True Bangkok United Club

30. Somporn Yot, Muangthong United Club

31. Ekanit Panya Muangthong United Club

32. Adisak Kraisorn Muangthong United Club

33. Weerathep Pomphan, Muang Thong United Club

34. Paramet Ajwlai Muangthong United Club

35. Songwut Khikruan, Muangthong United Club

36. Picha Utra Muangthong United Club

37. Saranon Unin, Leo Chiang Rai United Club

38. Sanukarn Thinjom, Leo Chiang Rai United Club

39. Siwakorn Tiatrakul, Leo Chiang Rai United Club

40. Setthasit Suwannaset Leo Chiangrai United Club

41. Marco Ballini Leo Chiang Rai United Club

42. Atikhun Meetuam Leo Chiangrai United Club

43. Siwarak Tesungnoen, Buriram United Club

44. Sasalak Haiprakhon Buriram United Club

45. Pansa Hemwiboon United Buriram Club

46. ​​Theerathorn Bunmathan Buriram United Club

47. Peeradon Chamrasmee, Buriram United Club

48. Chatmongkol Ruengthanaroj, Chonburi Football Club

49. Krisada Kaman, Chonburi FC

50. Channarong Phomsrikao FC Chonburi FC

51. Sahath Sonthisawasat Chonburi FC

52. Sumanya Purisai, Chonburi FC

53. Chakrabhand Kaewprom Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC

54. Kritsanon Srisuwan, Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC

55. Pawee Tantatemi Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC

56. Kamphon Pathomunkul Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC

57. Chalermsak Akke, Police Tero FC

58. Chanukul Karin Police Tero Football Club

59. Sorawit Panthong, Police Tero FC Club

60. Thiti Tumporn, Lamphun Warriors Club

61. Chonphat Buaphan, Lamphun Warriors Club

62. Chakkrit Laptrakul, PT Prachuap FC Club

63. Apichart Denman, PT Prachuap FC

64. Chawin Theerawatsri Lampang CPD Club

65. Wichit Thani, Lampang FC

66. Pandecha Ngernprasert, United Khon Kaen Club

67. Nopphon Polkham, Nakhon Ratchasima Club, Mazda FC

68. Saringkarn Phromsupha, Sukhothai CPD Club

69. Jiraphan Phasukkan, CPD Club Nong Bua Pitchaya

70. Jonathan Khemdee, Naestved Bold Club (Denmark)

71. Nicholas Mickelson, Odense Obi Club (Denmark)

72. Chayaphiphat Suphat, SC Prinze Club (Portugal)

73. Club Weerachat Chaowat Cerezo Osaka (Japan)

74. Sanwat Dechmitr Kedah Darul Aman FC (Malaysia)

75. Supachok Sarachat, Consadole Club, Sapporo (Japan)

for the 2022 ASEAN Football Championship Thai national team are in Group A along with the winners of the Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia and the winners of the play-offs, namely Brunei or Timor Leste).

sideMano Polking Thai national team coach Reveal the plan to prepare the team for battle. The ASEAN Championship, including the 2023 Asian Cup during January 2024 in Qatar, said that I have continued to follow the form of every footballer. especially in the Thai League It is very important that we have a list of names here.

Initially, I coordinated with the association to inform the club of the player’s involvement. After that we will wait for a reply from the club after release. and will be considered for the selection of the most prepared athletes

For plans after this is to follow the form of each player we have listed. And waiting to check the physical condition of every person from the field continuously in the Football League who may have some people who are tired We will have time after the last game of the first leg for the athletes to rest. before coming to the camp to prepare the next team

Chang Suek, Thailand's national team, announced plans to prepare a team of 75 players for the 2022 ASEAN Championship.

Next year’s plans We will try to find quality games to warm up as well as work with the Under-23 team to prepare the squad. Because such teams will have many important tournaments.

Of course, it is important to continuously prepare the team. And we have to work with the club. including other tournaments That’s why we made the decision. to have a football league competition during FIFA Day, March and make the season end sooner than originally planned

All players with names I think everyone has different qualities. We are happy with this power pack. However, for the anonymous In the meantime, we are still trying to keep track of form and there may be more opportunities next year. which we will work hard to fully analyze

I am very happy to be able to play at home this year. After most of the past We rarely get a chance to play at home. especially in the ASEAN Championship We hope that the two games we have competed at home. seeing the fans fill the field We will try to reach the finals. and win the championship Although defending the championship is not easy.

Image courtesy of Thailand national football team.

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