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The latest news from Thailand
After a heavy loss to India to start their Asian Cup campaign, Thailand sacked coach Milovan Rajevac.
Sunil Chhetri overtook Lionel Messi in international goals as cricket-mad India stunned Thailand 4-1 at the Asian Cup football tournament on Sunday, the veteran striker scoring twice in their Group A opener to surpass the Barcelona superstar.
India and Thailand both hold dismal group-stage records in their previous Asian Cup outings but are optimistic for something better.
Malaysia moved into the final of the 2018 AFF Suzuki Cup on Wednesday in dramatic fashion, eliminating defending champions Thailand courtesy of away goals after drawing the second leg of the semifinal in Bangkok 2-2.
The AFF Suzuki Cup semi-final between Malaysia and defending champions Thailand remains finely poised after the two sides played out a 0-0 draw in the first leg in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday.
Stunned Thais on Monday digested news of the death of billionaire Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, whose dazzling success as owner of Leicester City showered pride and prestige on the kingdom.
Paul Pogba dedicated France's World Cup semi-final win against Belgium to the 12 boys who survived a harrowing ordeal trapped underground in Thailand.
A five-year ban issued to ex-Thai football chief Worawi Makudi for "forgery and falsification" was cut by 18 months on appeal Wednesday, FIFA said.
Australia beat Thailand 2-1 in their final World Cup qualifying group game on Tuesday, but they faced a nervy wait to see if it will be enough to book their ticket to Russia 2018.
Malaysia's coach urged his team to keep their feet on the ground and not be swept up by a wave of excitement in Tuesday's Southeast Asian Games men's football final against Thailand.
Former Thai football chief Worawi Makudi has vowed to push FIFA to lift its ban on him after an appeals court in Bangkok overturned his conviction for forgery.Â
The coach of Thailand's national football team has shocked fans by resigning from his post after leading the War Elephants through a disappointing 2018 World Cup bid.Â
Thai football authorities said on Tuesday they would cancel the tickets of around 800 'ultras' for three World Cup qualifiers after flares were set off at a December international.
Thailand's football authority has been fined $30,000 after fans lit dozens of flares in the stands to celebrate last month's Suzuki Cup triumph over Indonesia.
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