A trip to support Prachuap FC

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 09 Feb 2018 08:15

So what is the colour of the new club badge? I saw you post the new badge, and was then surprised to see players sporting a different colour scheme in the Hua Hin friendly - I assumed they were using old stock. Now the badge colour seems to change with the colour of the shirt.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 11 Feb 2018 10:32

I'll tell you after this evening's game!

It seems to be that new orange one though - they have a new graphics and news team but as usually only ever use Farcebook for all of their marketing.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 11 Feb 2018 10:40

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Prices up to 150 for main stand, 100 for the roof-less stand and kids now have to pay to get in.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 11 Feb 2018 16:16

IMHO that's still a bargain for T1 football.

I'm surprised to see that area for away fans - is that part new? I'm sure it wasn't there when I was down for the friendly a couple of weeks ago. It's good to see Prachuap aren't ripping off their away fans - many clubs (in t4 :cry: ) charge away supporters a premium price.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 11 Feb 2018 19:00

I see No.19 KWON DAE HEE is in your starting line up. I'm really interested to hear your opinion of him. How did he do?
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 11 Feb 2018 19:04

I've just realised that according to SMM Sport, you've got 2 keepers and no forwards starting........
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 11 Feb 2018 20:55

Looks like an exciting game, coming from behind twice and down to 10 men.

Another oddball from SMM Sport - they credit your 74th minute penalty and winner to your goalkeeper - really?
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 12 Feb 2018 10:55

Jeez, BB, you know more about all of this than I do - sure you didn't go and are a closet Prachuap fan? :mrgreen:

Prachuap FC 3 - 2 Police Tero

The first observation was that the place was rammed, its the most people I've ever seen at Sam Ao Stadium. The official attendance according to the announcer was 3,840, over four times what they had last season.

Now to the game; the first half was very lackluster, poor first touches and the ball given away a lot by both sides. The away side scored first with a blatantly offside effort, I'd read somewhere about the offside rule changing, maybe it has been totally scrapped. Our equalizer, a superb bicycle kick, came before the end of the half which seemed to settle the team a bit, first game nerves were showing in the first 45.

After the break some sloppy defense on our side allowed Tero to take the lead, they were fast on the break and had two very strong forwards who worked together well. Prachuap seemed to pick up the pace a bit and played some good long balls out to the wingers who did an excellent job, resulting in our equalizer by newly signed Brazilian striker Jonatan. A second yellow saw us down to ten but Police Tero failed to capitalise on it and work horse forward Lonsana slotted in the penalty and what would be the winner. We had another goal disallowed when the offside rule came back on. The final 15 minutes was great stuff to watch, end to end football.

Looking forward to the next home game on the 24th.

Edit: SMM is a useless website, this seems to be more accurate: https://uk.soccerway.com/matches/2018/0 ... a/2718744/

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 12 Feb 2018 12:17

Hmmmm.......... I'm sure it had been approved by the safety people :wink: , but that sounds like a disaster waiting to happen. Your stadium is listed as having a 2,700 capacity. Have they erected additional temporary terracing (the bit behind the North goal maybe)?

SMM might not be the best website, but it is the best I can find for real-time reporting, especially in the doldrums of T4 :cry: . The latest information soccerway has on T4 is 2016 - before T4 was formed.

So how did Kwon Dae Hee perform?
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 12 Feb 2018 12:55

Yes, there is a new stadium for the away fans - and there were a lot of them there. I think half the police in the province were there, you could have robbed anything!

All of the defenders were pretty poor so he didn't stand out, we need some taller guys at the back.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 12 Feb 2018 13:51

HaHa, that first goal might have been offside, but the keeper didn't touch the guy when the penalty was awarded.

Regardless. A perfect start, which sees you 3rd, above Buriram :wink:
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 15 Feb 2018 14:39

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Next game away to Ubon. Next home game Saturday 24th vs Pattaya.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 19 Feb 2018 13:03

Ubon UMT 3 - 1 Prachuap FC

Kind of fell apart in the second half really - gave away far too many set pieces.



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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 20 Feb 2018 17:20

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Home game Saturday!

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 26 Feb 2018 11:53

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Another great home result, Prachuap were pretty strong for this game, major improvements defensively and they were moving the ball around with a lot more confidence.

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Joint third at the moment but don't think that will last - next game away to Buriram on Friday 2nd, I don't think we're allowed to win that one!

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