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THAI PREMIER LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Buriram 10 7 0 37
2 Muangthong 11 4 2 37
3 Bangkok Glas 10 5 2 35
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 By Kelvin Leong

Former Sampdoria kid Chitchanok wants a shot with Thailand

Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone, right, dreams of the day he gets to line up alongside Charyl Chappuis wearing the Thai national jersey. Photo credit: Chitchanok

While the Southeast Asian football community continues to marvel at the impact made by Thailand's Swiss-born midfielder Charyl Chappuis, his good mate Chitchanok Xaysensourinthone is eager for his chance to walk in his footsteps.

Chappuis is part of the War Elephants' dazzling golden generation midfield trio, who spearheaded their AFF Suzuki Cup win last year with Chanathip Songkrasin and Sarach Yooyen being the other two members.

The golden generation was the consequence of the Football Association...

 By Paul Murphy

Buriram United drop points to open door to chasing pack in TPL

Nakhon Ratchasima fans had plenty to cheer about as they held TPL champions Buriram United to a draw in the North eastern derby. Photo credit: Nakhon Ratchasima

German midfielder Bjorn Lindeman hopes Nakhon Ratchasima can soon give their fans the team they deserve after the Swatcats held league leaders Buriram United to a 1-1 draw in the North Eastern 'Isan' Derby in the Thai Premier League (TPL).

Sarawut Masuk's strike gave the home side an early lead but Buriram levelled with less than 15 minutes left through a superb goal from 18-year-old Sittichok Kannoo.

The hosts made a statement against the champions when the two best supported teams in Thailand...

 By Kelvin Leong

Thailand wary of Myanmar's midfield dynamism in SEA Games final

Narubadin Weerawatnodom is aiming to win his second SEA Games gold medal against Myanmar.

Thailand's Narubadin Weerawatnodom and Choketawee Promrut are confident of retaining their Southeast Asian (SEA) Games football gold medal but are wary of Myanmar's high intensity game.

The two countries will go head-to-head in the SEA Games final at the Sports Hub in Singapore on Monday night, with the Thais hoping to defend the title they won at the last edition in Myanmar. But Kyi Lwin's side are seeking to end their fairytale run on a high.

Myanmar stunned hot favourites Vietnam in the semifinals...