A trip to support Prachuap FC

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 16 Jan 2020 13:11

2020 fixtures just out - translation coming shortly ...

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 12 Feb 2020 10:46

New shirts available at the stadium for 590 baht. Prolly a good time to pick up a half price last season shirt also!

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 03 Mar 2020 19:50

All footie T1 to T4 postponed until 17 April because of Covid-19. FA will reconsider situation on 31 March.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 13 Mar 2020 14:04

Given the rest of the doom and gloom we're being fed, I'm finding it very hard to believe Thai football resumes on 18th April, but a revised fixture list for all divisions is out.

https://thaileague.co.th/announcements- ... 4Om8_kZ1AY
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 14 Apr 2020 17:02

Season will not start now until September. All planned games will be played, including cup competitions. 2021 and subsequent seasons will start late i.e. after rainy season to prevent the farce of playing on flooded surfaces.

A sensible way forward in my opinion.

[Edit] Translation of announcement:
Thai League prepares to rock the league opening again in September.

The Football Association of Thailand and Thai League Management has received preliminary conclusions from fraternity and bor. Thai League Limited. Keep going.

1. Thai League will be back to kick again as soon as September. Thai league postponed to kick September to may next year. Football Cup is still in both fa cuddle nov and league cuddle Nov (pending the official program)

2. All Thai League Players Trading Markets will open and have 2 WEEKS BEFORE THE LEAGUE OPENS AND 2 weeks between the league (January) by changing footballers in quota. The first round of trading market can change. Unlimited

3. In addition, in the club meeting in Thai League 1 and Thai League 2, there is a reduction to reduce the salary of footballer and staff to 50 % until the day when the league comes back to compete again by the practice guidelines at fifa that The member club to prevent the case of contracts with fifa athletes recommends the club to negotiate remuneration for the club to survive in crisis and can maintain financial liquidity until the time to compete again "

" in the fraternity section, it will be conducted to fifa about the consensus in the meeting, including the reason to reduce the compensation of covid-19 epidemic situation. It causes all clubs need to negotiate, reduce cost and compensation of sports personnel. Half to make fifa acknowledge and the future. If a dispute between club and sports personnel happens, it means the club has tried to negotiate in accordance with fifa policy
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by bsb » 14 Apr 2020 20:16

People are dying from Covid 19, Thai's being sent home from work by the dozens, shops closing everywhere, not sure anyone gives a fuck about football at the moment.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 15 Apr 2020 08:28

Guess the staying at home all day is getting to some people. :roll:

Thanks for the update BB, lets hope the world can return to some sense of normality by then.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 15 Apr 2020 21:11

There won't be a FA Cup competition this season, so positions 1-4 in the league will qualify the team for Asia. However, because of Champions League start dates, it is unsure whether that is positions 1 to 4 at the end of season, or positions 1 to 4 at 31 Dec.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

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There won't be a FA Cup competition this season, so positions 1-4 in the league will qualify the team for Asia. However, because of Champions League start dates, it is unsure whether that is positions 1 to 4 at the end of season, or positions 1 to 4 at 31 Dec.
Situation has been clarified. Teams ranked 1-4 after 15 games will qualify for Champions League.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 23 Jul 2020 11:34

This could be good news for you guys
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 14 Aug 2020 16:05

I'm told the green column represents New Normal ground capacity.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 14 Aug 2020 16:37

I've now seen the text that goes with the above chart:
After the Task Committee consensus to relax, enforcement of measures to prevent and stop the epidemic of Coronavirus 2019 (COVID-19), consensus approves to be able to compete with viewer sports as Ministry of Tourism and Sport offers a form from the Ministry of Tourism and Sports. Demonstration match for the audience football match at Rayong Central Stadium on 1 August 2563

Soccer tournament is organized in an outdoor stadium. The audience match guideline is divided into 3 levels. Yellow, Green and White. Each level is determined. The number of football fans can enter the tournament in the field. As follows.

#Yellow level. Football fans have shouting or cheering. 15 percent of football fans to visit the field capacity, but no more than 1,000 people.

#Green level. Football fans have shouting or cheering. Football fans have allowed 25 percent to reach the capacity of the field, but no more than 2,000 people.

#White level. Football fans have shouting or cheering. 50 percent of football fans are allowed to enter the capacity of the field, but no more than 5,000 people.

Incidentally, the sporting competition with viewers must be consistent with the coronavirus epidemic 2019 (COVID-19) which is currently in Thailand. There is no infected in the country, but there are infected people traveling. From abroad.
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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by buksida » 17 Aug 2020 08:27

That last bit makes no sense, I thought every arrival from abroad was quarantined for 2 weeks.

We'll probably stick to watching on TV this season - no point driving all the way there to find out you can't get in to the stadium.

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Re: A trip to support Prachuap FC

Post by Big Boy » 17 Aug 2020 17:35

buksida wrote:
17 Aug 2020 08:27
That last bit makes no sense
This is Thailand - what do you expect? :D

I'm a season ticket holder at Ratchaburi, so my seat should be guaranteed. I'm one of <100 season ticket holders. How they distribute the remaining tickets is going to be an admin nightmare. How do they ration tickets without alienating vast swathes of the regular crowd? It will be even harder at Prachuap.

The only yardstick the FA and CCSA will have to work with is fans behaviour at friendly games leading up to the re-start. If you've seen the behaviour at any of the friendlies, my guess would be they are considering locking people out of stadiums because attempts to control people at football matches are being ignored. This is Thailand - what do they expect? :?
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