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AFF Cup

 By Jason Dasey

Thailand insider Van Dijk hoping to be part of Indonesia's World Cup quest

Sergio van Dijk could go from hero to villain with the Suphanburi fans if he plays for Indonesia against Thailand in World Cup qualifying. Photo credit: Narong Chidprang

Sergio van Dijk lives in Thailand, plays for Indonesia, made his name in Australia and was thinking about Malaysia.

When the second round AFC World Cup draw was made in Kuala Lumpur on Tuesday night, the Suphanburi FC striker saw two of his worlds come together as Indonesia found themselves in the same pool as Thailand. 2007 Asian champions Iraq, Vietnam and Taiwan are the other nations in Group F.

"My first response is it is good to face Thailand... that is special for me," Van Dijk told ESPN...

 By Jason Dasey

Chappuis' star rises in Thailand as Suzuki Cup winner recovers from knee surgery

Suphanburi FC midfielder Charyl Chappuis is widely regarded as Thai football's poster boy. Photo credit: Narong Chidprang

A catchy Thai TV commercial for a skin care product shows a trendy young guy interrupting backyard frolics with his mates to answer the door bell and welcome three lovely ladies to a weekend barbeque -- with a winning smile.

It might have been one of the stars of popular soap operas like Raeng Pratana or Hormones, which captivate viewers from Hat Yai to Chang Rai. But instead the 'actor' was Thailand's Swiss-born midfielder Charyl Chappuis, who became a national celebrity when the War Elephants...

 By Paul Murphy

Onwards and upwards: five 2015 wishes for Thailand football

Following their fourth AFF title, Thailand is now aiming for higher things including a World Cup berth.

Thai football enters 2015 on a high after the success of Kiatisuk Senamuang's national side in December's AFF Suzuki Cup.

The young War Elephants played skillful, attacking football, scoring some spectacular goals. But just as importantly was the way in which they responded to adversity.

- Duerden: Thailand have a bright Asian future

Thailand teams in the past have tended to lose their discipline when things have gone against them. However, the...