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Sarach wants Singapore in SF

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THAI PREMIER LEAGUE

2015/2016 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Buriram 13 8 0 47
2 Muangthong 13 5 2 44
3 Bangkok Glas 12 5 4 41
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 By Paul Murphy

Muang Thong top of TPL with Buriram after trouncing Bangkok Glass

Striker Cleiton Silva fired Muang Thong off the blocks in their 5-0 TPL win against Bangkok Glass. Photo credit: Muang Thong United FC

Bangkok Glass defender Matt Smith believes the lessons from Sunday's 5-0 defeat at Muang Thong United will make his side stronger as they try to break the dominance of the three teams who have made up the Thai Premier League (TPL) top two for the last eight years.

The Glass Rabbits began the weekend in a three-way tie at the top with Muang Thong and Buriram United, who between them have won the last seven TPL titles. They were also five points clear of last season's runners up, Chonburi, who last...

 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 Kelvin Leong

Thailand captain Sarach prefers Singapore as semifinal opponents

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson preview Singapore's match against Indonesia in the SEA Games.

Thailand captain Sarach Yooyen prefers a Southeast Asian (SEA) Games semifinal clash against hosts Singapore on June 13 to test out his side's quality.

The 23-year-old Muangthong United midfielder and poster boy is one of six players from the club currently defending Thailand's SEA Games football title.

After joining Muangthong in 2010 as a youngster, Sarach was identified as a potential central midfield star but could not squeeze his way into the starting lineup. He was loaned out to Phuket FC...