Kawin Thamsatchanan The goalkeeper from OH Leuven in the Belgian League was called back by Mano Polking for the Thai national team again. To hunt for the AFF Suzuki Cup 2020 Singapore amid the criticism of football fans Due to the fact that he rarely enters the field for the agency much.
But recently, 31-year-old Jom Nun opened up about the opportunity in the Thai national team this time. The goal is simply to do your best. with their own duties in the Thai national team only without asking for any criticism and hope to lead the team to win the ASEAN Championship again
“I’m happy every time. and pleased to have the opportunity to join the Thai national team I believe that everyone has their duty. Personally, when I’m called up to the national team, I will try to do my best. To reward the team and the coach for trusting including supporting teammates as much as possible.”
“As for the training on the second day After arriving in Singapore It’s very fun because everyone has an appetite and determined before going on the field in the first game on Sunday.”
“Of course, the coming of the Thai national team this time. is to win the championship But before reaching that point Everyone including myself I have to try to focus on playing each game as best as possible. both training and competition on the field which must try to do the best.”
“Finally, I would like to ask for support from all football fans. Although unable to come to watch and cheer at the stadium but can send cheers on the TV screen I believe that every Thai national team player can recognize this. And we will do our best as well. For every Thai football fan,” Kawin concluded.
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