‘Somyot’ has arrived! Giving testimonials to the U-19 players before entering the camp for the ASEAN Championship

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‘Somyot’ has arrived! Giving testimonials to the U-19 players before entering the camp for the ASEAN Championship

“Big Odd” Pol. Gen. Somyot Phumphanmuang President of the Football Association of Thailand Giving a testimony to the Thai national football team Under 19 years old at the Football Association of Thailand on June 21, before the players travel to collect at the Pattana Sports Club, Chonburi Province

by Changsuek U-19 Under the leadership of Salvador Valero Garcia, head coach. There is a program to compete in the ASEAN Football Championship. in Jakarta Indonesia Between 2-15 July is in line A with Indonesia, Myanmar, Vietnam, Brunei and the Philippines.

Pol Gen Somyot said wishing everyone good luck. And ask all athletes to do their best, obey the coach, staff and all staff. Joining the Thai national team is pride But we must not indulge and look at we have succeeded Because the path of being a footballer is still a long way to go. The important thing is that we try to look far, not just looking at being a professional footballer. but have to look Being in the Thai national team Getting to trade abroad

“Because in the end The person who best defines our lives. Not the people around us, but ourselves. Try to set goals, look far, look high for yourself.”

“Aside from the matter on the field Off the field is also important. that we must have a good attitude, discipline and relaxation or eating Must try to eat nutritious food. in order to have a ready condition of fitness and perfect for the competition.”

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“Finally, wishing everyone good luck. achieve goals and ask you to do your best for us for the Thai national team for family and Thai football fans who follow and encourage us all.”

The program for the Thai national team, U-19 in the first round, is as follows:
July 2nd – Thailand meets the Philippines at the Patriot Khandrabhaga Stadium at 5:00 PM.

July 4th – Myanmar meets Thailand at Patriot Khandrabhaga Stadium at 5:00 PM.

July 6 – Indonesia meets Thailand at Patriot Khandrabhaga Stadium at 8:00 PM.

July 8 – Thailand meets Brunei at Patriot Khandrabhaga Stadium at 5:00 PM.

July 10 – Vietnam meets Thailand at Mudya Senayan Stadium at 8:00 PM.

The semifinals The competition will be held on July 13 and the finals. Will compete on July 15 at the Patriot Khandrabhaka Stadium.

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