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Miyo defeats the Philippines in the Asian Championships Taking Thai women to the top of the World Cup 3 – Fresh News

Miyo Okamoto, head coach of the Thai women’s national football team Announcement to take Chaba Kaew Started by beating the Philippines. Paving the way for the World Cup final for the 3rd time in a row

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Miyo Okamoto, head coach of the Thai women’s national soccer team, Japan, along with team captain Silawan Intami, attended the press conference before the AFC Women’s Football Championship finals, the first group match. who will meet with the Philippines on January 21 at Dee Patil Stadium, Mumbai, India

Head coach of the Thai women’s national football team said, “We have been training for quite a long time. All players can be replaced. So we will plan the best players in each game.”

“We know the first game is a very important game for us. So we will do everything we can. And hopefully get the results we want in the first game.”

“Many of our players in this squad have played in the World Cup. And that gives them more confidence to compete in this tournament. Our only goal is to go to the World Cup.”

Silawan Intami, the captain of the Thai women’s national football team, revealed that “the preparation in this We aim to qualify for the World Cup. in Australia and New Zealand.”

“In the past, we have studied the game of the Philippines national team quite a bit. and have brought the error of our own team Let’s fix the bug In the first collection, we will be able to win. If in the first game we can keep winning. It will add more confidence to the team. and have more chances to qualify for the next round.”

“In the first round we had 3 matches, all of them were important, looking game by game, the main objective was the first two games, only to win, only one match left against Australia, if we draw them, we are successful. And if it wins, it’s a profit.”

For the 2022 AFC Women’s Football Championship, the final round was held to find teams to compete in the 2023 Women’s World Cup between 20 July – 20 August 2023, which includes Australia and New Zealand. co-host

by Thai women’s national football team There is a program to enter the field, the first match, Group B, against the Philippines at the D.Y. Patil stadium on January 21, 2022 at 19.00 (Thai time) live via the ELEVEN SPORTS application.

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