At the present time, as it is known There are 3 players of Siamese blood who are following their dreams, who are committed to the agency in the first Asian professional football league, “J-League”, Japan, with the 2022 season during this second leg.
All 3 people, whether it’s big brother “J” Chanathip Songkrasin, playmaker of Kawasaki Frontale, the giant team of Japan, before there will be two more to follow, that is ” Check” Supachok Sarachat, the red line offensive line of Consadole Sapporo, and the latest “Inz” Chaowat Weerachat, the midfielder of Cerezo Osaka, who recently made his official debut in Japan. On Saturday, June 25, 65 ago
Of course, Thai football fans Would be happy to see all 3 Thai players fly on the J-League stage. From the live broadcast on the Siamsport Youtube Channel that serves fun to watch every match for the club with Thai football players.
but believes that there are still looking for more Thai players that Will there be anyone who will follow the aforementioned 3 Thai players to play more J-League, but for sure, at this time, there should be no one else added? There will be a chance to go again, we have to wait for the 2022 J-League season to be over.
That means the next one will have to wait until 2023 season, but the question is. who will be next Who will have the opportunity to prove it on the Rising Sun League stage?
The first person who has the most chance must be given to “Ajarn Ter” Weerathep Pomphan, a 25-year-old midfielder from the kirin fence. who are currently in top form In addition, he is a versatile player after playing for the Thai national team, the big set was relegated to play as a defender who has done an excellent job until receiving compliments from Thai football fans throughout 77 provinces.
If asked why, “Teacher” has a high chance of being the next in the J-League. Because do not forget that the current agency, Muang Thong United, is an affiliate team of Urawa Reds and believes that the scout team of the army “Asian Red Devils” will be keeping an eye on the form of play during the 2022-23 Thai League battle that will kick off in the middle of the month. Aug this for sure.
The next one is inevitable, “Cool” Jaroensak Wongkon, a 25-year-old high-speed attacker from BG Pathum United, despite having just made his debut with the “The Rabbit” army for the 2022-23 season, but must Having said that, the player has been admired by the J-League clubs for a long time, but “cool” unfortunately suffered a serious injury during the month. Oct. last year before
That makes the upcoming Thai League season. It will be a season in which the Kanchanaburi rocket wings will have a chance to thrive out of good form again. but if still able to maintain the same standard or more scorching works I believe that the team from Japan will rush to send a letter to the board of directors “The Rabbit” in order to ask this guy to play in the land of raw fish for sure.
Another person who recently executive Leo Chiang Rai United just got the green light is team captain “Tay” Phithiwatt Sukchitthamkul. A strong midfield that can run and cut the game. until receiving the nickname “Kente of Thailand” that if there is an offer from the J-League submitted The club is ready to give players the opportunity to move into stronger leagues by blocking it.
With that confirmation, the 27-year-old midfielder’s chances of growing into the J-League are quite possible as well. But the important thing is that in the upcoming new season, “Te” has to fully break out. and prove to the Japanese Scout team to see that He was able to play the J-League stage unbeaten as well.
As for other Thai players Who has had news before, like “Mickey” Pathomphon Charoenrattanapirom, a 28-year-old attacker of BG Pathum United, has started to quiet down. After there were many teams interested in J-League 1, J-League 2, or even South Korea’s K-League.
Like Manuel Tom Bierh, a Thai-German defender, aged 28, of True Bangkok United, at the beginning of the year, the news raged heavily that the 2021-22 Thai League season was over. The club was ready to set a negotiating table. with teams in the J-League interested in submitting purchases Up to here it was silent as well. In addition, he has just recovered from injury and has returned to practice with the team during the pre-season.
From now on, Thai football fans will have to follow and win a good fight that, in addition to the 3 people, both “J-Check-Ins” who are currently playing in Japan Will there be any Thai footballers who will travel to play more football games !
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