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“Mano Polking” believes the war elephants have no problem due to Malaysia. Hoping to see a rising star have been born
Wednesday, September 21, 2022 at 14:00 at the press conference room, Chiang Mai 700th Anniversary Stadium, Competition Organizing Department Hold a press conference on readiness before the 48th King’s Cup football match

The 48th King’s Cup Football Championship was held in Chiang Mai, where all 4 teams participated in the competition, consisting of the Thai national team, the Malaysian national team. , Tajikistan national team and Trinidad and Tobago national team

In this press conference, the Thai national team sent Mano Polking, the head instructor and Chakphan Kaewprom, the veteran midfielder. join the press conference

“Meeting Malaysia They are a good team. It’s a team full of dangerous players. And they have also qualified for the Asian Cup,” said the head coach of the Chang Suek team.

“This meeting Our players have just recovered physically. After the battle from the Thai League game But we are well prepared.”

“Statistics of past encounters Although Malaysia was superior to Thailand in the latter But I still believe that this game will not be a problem for the Thai national team.”

“As for the team captain, this evening will announce who will wear the captain’s armband.”

“In this team we have a young striker called up to the national team. From the practice, I believe that everyone will do a good job with brothers and sisters to support each other. And it’s an opportunity for a rising star to be born.”

“Getting Chanathip Songkrasin and Supachok Sarachat from the J-League to join the team this time. it’s good Which they have clearly shown by helping to raise the level in training within the team.”

Chakrapan Kaewprom said, “Thank you for the warm welcome from Chiang Mai fans. that impresses from the moment of arrival from the first day And I hope that the fans will come to cheer on the Thai national team in full stadium in the match against Malaysia.”

With the first match, Thailand will meet Malaysia on September 22, 2022 at 8:30 p.m., broadcast live on Thai Rath TV, Channel 32 and AIS Play.

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