‘Chanathip’ hopes to lead ‘War Elephants’ to lift the ‘King’s Cup’ trophy in front of fans

‘Chanathip’ hopes to lead ‘War Elephants’ to lift the ‘King’s Cup’ trophy in front of fans
‘Chanathip’ hopes to lead ‘War Elephants’ to lift the ‘King’s Cup’ trophy in front of fans

‘Chanathip’ hopes to lead ‘War Elephants’ to lift the ‘King’s Cup’ trophy in front of fans

“Messi J” Chanathip Songkrasin, the captain of the “Chang Suek” team, leads the team to the ‘King’s Cup’ championship in front of the fans. Revealed to have grown from 9 years ago

The 48th “King’s Cup” football match at Chiang Mai 700th Anniversary Stadium, Chiang Mai, will officially kick off on September 22 by “Chang Suek”, the Thai national football team. Prepare to enter the field in the semi-finals, meet with “Yellow Tigers” Malaysia on September 22 at 8:30 p.m., broadcast live on Channel 32 and AIS Play.

“Messi J” Chanathip Songkrasin, captain of the War Elephants team, said that it’s nice to be back with friends because some of them are rising stars who have just met for the first time. We have never worked together.

“Of course we want to be champions. Playing for the national team is very important. because there are fans who are cheering We are the best players the coach has chosen. Hopefully, we can show our best potential in front of fans who may not have seen the national team playing at home for quite some time. And believe that everyone will be able to win the championship,” said Captain J.

Chanathip also mentioned meeting Malaysia. Which the Thai national team has not won for 8 years that football is at the moment There are good and bad. Other teams are good teams as well. but he doesn’t care about the past Better focus on the present Tomorrow is a tough game but we have to win.

Meanwhile, Chanathip also spoke about returning to Chiang Mai’s King’s Cup again in 9 years that it was different because at that time he was still a child. But now he’s a senior It felt like time had passed quickly. But I’m glad I grew up like this. had a different idea from the original

The program for the 48th “King’s Cup” football match at the Chiang Mai 700th Anniversary Stadium on September 22, the first match at 5:30 p.m. Trinidad and Tobago meets Tajikistan (AIS Play) and The second pair at 8:30 p.m. Thailand meets Malaysia (AIS Play, Channel 32)


The article is in Thai

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