Thursday, July 12, 2012


Thai Transfer Window

Like Indonesia, Thai players rarely stay anywhere for any length of time. Thanks to the bloody excellent Thai Fussball here are some familiar names on the move.

Muang Thong United have shifted striker Christian Kouakou. He has signed for Tours who are not a travel company but play in France.

Sutee Suksomkit is still remembered fondly in Singapore. He has moved from Bangkok Glass to ambitious, read owned by regional powerbroker family, Suphanburi who play in Division One.

BEC Tero are having a useful season and they hope bringing in Phaitoon Thiabma will help them in their push for a top three finish. Phaitoon of course has had a couple of spells with Persijap.

Another Thai with Indonesian experience is Yuttachak Kornchan who had a short spell with Pelita Jaya. he has now moved to Osotspa on loan from newly promoted Chainat.

Surayuth Chaikamdee looked to be the only player who could score for Thailand during the 2010 AFF Cup. Since them he has left Thai Port, signed for Bangkok Glass, left Bangkok Glass, signed for Army United, left the Army and is now with Bangkok on loan. Whew...

Santi Chaiyaphuak may be a familiar name to Singapore football fans. Well, the ones who get off their arses and support the local game. He has joined ir Force United. Wasn't he with Home United? Fella has a uniform fetish eh though not as bad as Johnny Wilkinson who went from SAFFC to Police United to Home United!

Another big name joining the Suphanburi revolution is Ney Fabiano, formerly of Chonburi among others.

didn't Surayuth Chaikamdee also play in singapore before?
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