A trip to support Prachuap FC

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 03 Mar 2018 11:13

As expected we got trounced by Buriram 3 - 0.

Next home game another big one, SCG Muangthong. I think you have to book tickets as they are one of Thailand's top teams with a lot of national squad players.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 11 Mar 2018 20:23

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Superb result against one of Thailand's top teams - by far the best I've ever seen Prachuap play.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 12 Mar 2018 10:20

Even made the Bangkok Post ...

A night to forget for the Kirins
SCG Muang Thong United's season lurched to a new nadir last night when they suffered one of their worst Thai League 1 defeats ever -- and that too at the hands of a newly promoted side, PT Prachuap.

The four-time champions, who finished the 2017 season in second place behind current league leaders and arch foes Buriram United, were vanquished 6-1 by Prachuap, who are enjoying a dream run since winning promotion to the top flight for the first time in the club's history.

The humiliating defeat at Sam Ao Stadium sent the Kirins barrelling down to joint ninth place in the 18-team league, languishing six points behind Buriram, with their title campaign in a shambles now.

It also ended former Thailand midfielder Totchtawan Sripan's reign as Muang Thong coach as he quit immediately in the wake of the disastrous trip to Prachuap.

In contrast, Prachuap surged to joint fifth spot in the table with nine points after five rounds of matches.

The result took everyone by surprise because of the stark reversal of fortunes on a scale never seen before in matches involving the giants and minnows in domestic competitions.

Muang Thong, featuring expensive imports and a host of national team stars, took the field as heavy favourites to win the match and close the gap on the leaders.

However, they were hit by an avalanche of unexpected first-half goals as they found themselves trailing Prachuap 4-0 before the break.

The floodgates were opened by Amorn Thammanam just before the 15-minute mark and his strike was followed by a goal by Jitpanya Thisud in the 22nd.

Muang Thong looked both listless and devoid of confidence and their lack of teeth fuelled Prachuap's upswing further. The hosts struck twice again with Jonathan Reis netting in the 33rd and Amorn picking up his second goal of the match five minutes later.

The Kirins regrouped after the break for a short span but it was enough to help them break the duck with a 55th-minute goal by Jakson Coelho.

The former champions were quick to return to their erratic ways and Lonsana Doumbouya was happy to make the most of the openings gifted to him by Muang Thong defenders to add two more goals to the score sheet, making it a night to forget for the Kirins.

Meanwhile, Sukhothai missed their chance of overtaking Buriram after going down 2-1 at Nakhon Ratchasima last night.

At Singha Stadium, hosts Chiang Rai United claimed three points, defeating Ratchaburi Mitr Phol 2-0 with a brace from Nebihi Bajram.

Hosts Port edged Ubon UMT United 1-0 at their PAT Stadium last night and Pattaya United were 2-0 winners over Air Force Central in Saturday's late game.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 12 Mar 2018 10:49

An excellent result.

Were they as good as the result indicates, or were Muangthong bad? Not trying to take anything away from them, but we've all seen high margins flattering the victors.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 12 Mar 2018 12:21

Judge yourself ... no team has ever put 6 past SCG in league one.



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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 12 Mar 2018 20:08

Well, I watched it, and I'm not sure.

Prachuap did well taking their opportunities, but Muangthong had a mare as well. The Muangthong defence was all over the show, spectators at times. LOL, what was that 2nd goal about?

I thought it was one of the worst highlights videos that I've seen. How many times do you need to see the same thing?

To finish, I know you won't be happy about this, but I think this guy trumps your chairman :D http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/43369490
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 13 Mar 2018 08:47

Well I expected you to be critical, you hate the team. I'd like to see Hua Hin put six past the best team in Thailand ... or anyone for that matter.

In retaliation for that cheap dig at the end there, I don't think you're in any position to make criticism of other teams any longer with the fascist hatred coming out of the Hua Hin animal pack who, quite frankly, should be banned from playing in any league with that sort of racism against their non-Thai players and fans.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 13 Mar 2018 18:25

buksida wrote:
13 Mar 2018 08:47
Well I expected you to be critical, you hate the team. I don't hate the team, just the Chairman.I'd like to see Hua Hin put six past the best team in Thailand ... or anyone for that matter Not as much as me..
I wasn't being critical of Prachuap, in fact I think I said well done for taking the chances. However, if that was Muangthong at their best, no wonder the national side is so bad,

In retaliation for that cheap dig at the end there, I don't think you're in any position to make criticism of other teams any longer with the fascist hatred coming out of the Hua Hin animal pack who, quite frankly, should be banned from playing in any league with that sort of racism against their non-Thai players and fans. That's not retaliation, it is supporting everything I've been saying since January. It is a shame Thai laws (or lack of them) is supporting the racism, bullying and thieving that is going on.

Hua Hin's season should never have started, and they'll be lucky to still be in business by May.

I have boycotted Hua Hin games already this season, and am looking North to Ratchaburi for my fix of live football. I'm sorry, but my principals won't let me travel South, although you had a large contingent from Hua Hin for Sunday's game. Those who went that I know, are still beaming from ear to ear,
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 19 Mar 2018 08:26

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Another great away result, Prachuap are now fourth.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 27 Mar 2018 07:54

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Next home game Wednesday 28th at 17.45. Will be on True Sport HD 2 for those not going.

All True Football channels can be accessed via this link if you can ignore all the flashing shit: http://www.ball2like.com/

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 29 Mar 2018 08:39

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Great result against would I would consider our toughest opponents yet (aside from Buriram). Bangkok Utd has many national squad players and lots of chances at either end - score line could have been a lot higher but I think Prachuap will be happy with a point.

Now up to third place!
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 29 Mar 2018 18:20

A question please...................... what is the significance of 25 Adul?
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 30 Mar 2018 07:52

He's one of our players but I don't read all the Facebook crap so not sure on the significance of the shirt after the goal.

Next game away to the Airforce on Saturday.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 31 Mar 2018 10:22

I assumed he must be very ill, or involved in a car accident etc. I checked the squad list, and was surprised to him there - I initially thought sick or dead supporter.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

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