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Teerathep WinothaiTeerathep Winothai (Thai ) (born February 16, 1985, in Bangkok), nicknamed "Leesaw" ( ) is a Thai football player. He is a midfielder/striker and currently plays for the 2003 AFCChampions League runners-up BECTero Sasana.Previously, he spent time in the youth teams of Crystal Palace F.C.and Everton F.C.in England. He represented Thailand in the 1999 FIFA U-17 World Championship in New Zealand. In the final of the 2005 SEAGamesmatch against Vietnam, he scored a hat-trick, and helped..


Somjit Jongjoho (under the Royal Thai Armed Forces Headquarters) is an Thai amateur boxing athletes. Olympic gold medalist Asian Gamesgold medal two times and SEAGamesgold medal three times and was honored to be invited to the Thai flag In the 2008 Summer Olympics Closing Ceremony.

Workmanship Green Hills Gold Cup 2541, Pakistan 2542 Brunei SEAGamesgold medal. 2544 SEAGamesgold medal for Malaysia. Gold Medal 2545 Asian Championship in Malaysia. 2545 Asian Gamesgold medal in Korea . Bronze Golden Bell South 2546 Romania. Gold Medal, World Championships 2546 Thailand Vietnam SEAGamesgold medal in 2547. Bronze Medal 2547 Asian Championship in the Philippines. Silver Medal 2549 Asian GamesQatar . Boxing gold medal at the 2550 South African soldiers. SEAGamesgold medal in 2550. Silver Medal 2550 USAWorld Championships. Gold medal 2551 Summer Olympics in China.

Dusit Chalermsan (born April 22, 1970, Thai: ) is a former Thai football player.


He is a famous Defender who scored 14 goals for the national team. He played for the national team Between 1996-2004.[1] Currently, He has been the head coach of Sriracha. International goals #

Date

Venue

Opponent

Sc

Re

or

sul

e

t

Competition

1.

October 3, 1994 Hiroshima, Japan

Hong Kong

1-2

Lost

1994 Asian Games

2.

October 5, 1994 Hiroshima, Japan

Saudi Arabia

2-4

Lost

1994 Asian Games

3.

October 5, 1994 Hiroshima, Japan

Saudi Arabia

2-4

Lost

1994 Asian Games

4.

June 27, 1996

Bangkok, Thailand

Maldives

8-0

Wo n

1996 Asian Cup Qualification

5.

June 29, 1996

Bangkok, Thailand

Myanmar

5-1

Wo n

1996 Asian Cup Qualification

6.

July 4, 1996

Singapore

Maldives

8-0

Wo n

1996 Asian Cup Qualification

7.

December 11, 1996

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Iraq

1-4

Lost

1996 Asian Cup

8.

March 15, 1997 Bangkok, Thailand

Japan

3-1

Wo n

Friendly

9.

March 30, 1997

Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong

Hong Kong

2-3

Lost

1998 FIFA World Cup qualification

10.

January 25, 1998

Bangkok, Thailand

Egypt

1-1

Dre w

King's Cup 1998

11.

December 8, 1998

Bangkok, Thailand

1-1

Dre w

1998 Asian Games

12.

August 14, 1999

Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei

2-0

Wo n

1999 Southeast Asian Games

Kazakhsta n Vietnam


13.

September 3, 2000

Beijing, China

14.

November 10, 2000

Chiang Mai, Thailand

Uzbekista n Indonesia

Buttree (Thai: October

4-2

Wo n

Friendly Tournament

4-1

Wo n

2000 Tiger Cup

Puedpong ; born 16, 1990; nicknamed Song which means "two") is a female Thai Taekwondo practitioner who competes at the 2008 Summer Olympics in the -49 kg class. Silver Bronze

Silver Bronze

Medal record Competitor for Thailand Women's taekwondo Olympic Games 2008 Beijing -49 kg World Championships 2009 Copenhagen Finweight Medal record Competitor for Thailand Women's taekwondo Olympic Games 2008 Beijing -49 kg World Championships 2009 Copenhagen Finweight Medal record


Silver Bronze

Silver Bronze

Competitor for Thailand Women's taekwondo Olympic Games 2008 Beijing -49 kg World Championships 2009 Copenhagen Finweight Medal record Competitor for Thailand Women's taekwondo Olympic Games 2008 Beijing -49 kg World Championships 2009 Copenhagen Finweight 2008

2008

49 .

2009

46 .

2007

47 .

Teerasil Dangda


Teerasil Dangda was born in July 6, 1988,  at Bangkok. He first showed his promising  between 2003­2005 when he was studying at  Assumption Thonburi College and played for  the college. His career was begun in 2005,  played for Royal Thai Air Force, made 6  appearances at aged 18. Next year he moved  to Raj Pracha, it was at this club that Teerasil's  performances developed gradually, scored 9  goals from 18 appearances, thus, drew  attention from clubs and it was Muanthong  United, second division champions, who won  Teerasil's signature. Teerasil's good  performances continued and made him one of  the brightest youth in Thailand. The name of  Teerasil became nationwide when he and fellow  international teamates, Suree Sukha and Kiatprawut Saiwaeo, were given a chance to  take a trial at an English Premier League club, Manchester City. The Citizens under  new owner Thaksin Shinawatra, former Thai P.M., offered a trial to the trio in 2007. City  signed the trio afterwards, but due to lacking work permit, they were sent out on loan at  a Belgian club, Club Brugge and Swiss's Grasshopper Zurich. The trio did not make a  single competitive appearance at City, Club Brugge or Grasshopper Zurich. On October  18, 2008, after almost two years of lacking first team football nightmare, the trio were  released from City after work permit application failure. Teerasil returned to Thailand  and has been enjoying his career with Thai Premire League champions, Muanthong  United, since. In July 2011, London­based newly promoted Premier League club, QPR,  were looking to offer a trial to the Thai forward and reportedly willing to offer a ₤300,000  deal to Muanthong United to make the move permanent if the trial turn out was  successful.

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Adam Scott


Adam Derek Scott (born 16 July 1980) is an Australian professional golfer. On 7 January 2007, he reached a career high Official World Golf Ranking of third with a second place finish at the Mercedes-Benz Championship.[1] Scott has won 18 tournaments around the world, on a number of golf's major tours. His biggest wins of his career so far have been at the 2004 Players Championship and the 2011 WGC-Bridgestone Invitational. Scott was born in Adelaide, Australia. He attended The Southport School, an Anglican boys' school, and completed his high school education at The Kooralbyn International School where he also undertook extra subjects in golf. He later briefly attended University of Nevada, Las Vegas.


Scott is currently the touring professional at The Palms Golf Course Sanctuary Cove, located on the Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.

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Yaowapa Boorapolchai


Yaowapa Boorapolchai (Thai : ; born September 6, 1984) is a Thai taekwondo athlete who was the bronze medalist in the women's under 49 kg event at the 2004 Summer Olympics. She started competing in 2002. In the first round of the Women's Under 49 kg event she defeated Brigitte Yague of Spain , and in the quarterfinal was defeated by Yanelis Yuliet Labrada Diaz of Cuba . She defeated Ivett Gonda of Canada and Gladys Alicia Mora Romero of Colombia in the repechage tournament to win the bronze and become the first Thai Olympic medalist outside of boxing and weightlifting . She won a bronze medal in the Universiade, World Taekwondo Championships, and World Taekwondo Olympic Qualification Tournament in 2003, and a gold in the South East Asian Games in the same year. Many Thais claim that Yaowapa, one of the most popular athletes among Thais, has frequently been victimized by wayward officiating. Besides her loss to Diaz in Athens, she also lost to Lim SuJeong, a Korean exponent, in a gold-medal match at the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, South Korea , and was defeated in the first round at the 2005 South East Asian Games in the Philippines by Loraine Lorelie Catalan, a Filipino exponent. Thai officials have claimed she was cheated by the judges in these matches, especially the matches involving exponents from the host nation. Name : Thansuda

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Tamarine Tanasugarn is a professional Thai tennis player. She was born in Los Angeles, United States, and turned professional in 1994.She has been in the top twenty in both singles and doubles.Tanasugarn's highest Women's Tennis Association (WTA) world ranking has been 19, achieved on 13 May 2002,which is the highest ranking ever achieved for a Thai female player. She has won four singles titles and five doubles titles. Shewas briefly a doubles partner with Maria Sharapova with whom she won two titles in 2003.Her highest world doubles ranking was 15 . She reached women's doubles semifinal with Marina Erakovic. Her biggest successso far came in 2008when she reached quarterfinals in Wimbledon Championships.


Kosin HathairattanakoolKosin Hathairattanakool (Thai ) (born March 23, 1982 in Sakon Nakhon Province) is a Thai footballer. Raised in Chonburi pronvince, he attended Assumption Sriracha school where his football career started. By continuously participating in local and regional tournaments, the skills of the 179 centimeters tall Goal keeper developed rapidly. In the year 2006, Kosin Hathairattanakool went to play for Indonesia's club- Persib Bandung Artist Paradon Srichapan


Country

Thailand

Residence

Bangkok, Thailand June 14, 1979 (age 32)

Born

Khon Kaen, Thailand

Height

1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)

Turned pro

1997

Retired

June 4, 2010

Plays

Right-handed (one-handed backhand)

Career prize money

US$3,458,330 Singles

Career record

239–193

Career titles

5

Highest ranking

9 (12 May 2003) Grand Slam results

Australian Open

4R (2004)

French Open

3R (2002)

Wimbledon

4R (2003)

US Open

4R (2003)


Datsakorn Thonglao

Datsakorn Thonglao (Thai: , born December 30, 1983) is a Thai footballer. He currently plays for Muangthong United F.C. in the Thai Premier League. He also plays in the Thailand national football team.[1] He is well known for his skillful style of play, and is a free kick specialists. He wears the number 7 jersey and is the mastermind in the team. Thonglao without a doubt is the key player of the Thai Football team. He also possesses accurate crosses, good dribbling, good headers and powerful strikes. Thonglao was a member of the victorious T&T Cup 2008 winning squad.

[edit] Honours •

T&T Cup: 2008

[edit] International goals # 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Date November 10, 2003 November 17, 2003 February 16, 2003 December 24, 2006 January 24,

Venue Tashkent, Uzbekistan Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Bangkok, Thailand Hanoi,

Sco re

Res ult

1-2

Lost

4-0

Win

2-2

Dra w

King's Cup 2003

Vietnam

2-1

Won

King's Cup 2006

Vietnam

2-0

Won

2007 ASEAN Football

Opponent Hong Kong Hong Kong North Korea

Competition 2004 Asian Cup Qualification 2004 Asian Cup Qualification


2007 October 8, 2007 October 15, 2007

Vietnam Bangkok, Thailand

8.

June 7, 2008

9.

July 28, 2011

6. 7.

10. July 28, 2011

Macau

6-1

Won

Macau, Macau

Macau

7-1

Won

Riffa, Bahrain

Bahrain

1-1

Palestine

1-1

Palestine

2-2

West Bank, Palestine West Bank, Palestine

Dra w Dra w Dra w

Championship 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification 2010 FIFA World Cup Qualification 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualification 2014 FIFA World Cup Qualification

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K i a t i s u k Se n a m u a n g

Kiatisuk "Zico" is a Thai football manager and former football striker who played between April 1993 and October 2007, currently managing Chula United in the Thai Division 1 League.

Club career

He played with Perlis FA in Malaysia before joining English team Huddersfield

Town in 1999 in what some believed to be a publicity stunt by then manager Steve Bruce. After one


season, in which he did not feature in the Huddersfield Town first team squad, he left English football for Rajpracha Sports Club in Thailand, later joining Singapore Armed Forces FCwhere he scored 15 goals in 20 games. In March 2002, he moved once again to become a star in Vietnam with Hoàng Anh Gia Lai, where he helped win the V-League title several times. Kiatisuk was awarded a medal for his contributions to Vietnamesefootball. He returned to play for the Thailand national football team in the King's Cup. He's now retired and is managing Hoàng Anh Gia Lai.

International career

Kiatisuk played 130 international matches and scored 65 goals

for the national team.[1] Both numbers are Thai national records. But in fact, there is confusion about the caps and goals of Kiatisuk due to some real caps and goals of him was not accepted by FIFA. Nonetheless, for the statistic of Thailand, Kiatisuk scored 100 goals for the national team.

Managerial career

After retiring from playing in 2006 Kiatisuk went straight into

management with V-League side Hoàng Anh Gia Lai before moving back home to Thailand to take charge of Chula United.

Kiatisuk Senamuang

Personal information Full name

Kiatisuk Senamuang

Date of birth

August 11, 1973 (age 38)


Place of birth

Khon Kaen, Thailand

Height

1.72 m (5 ft 7 1⁄2 in)

Playing position

Striker / Forward Club information

Current club

BBCU F.C. (Head coach) Senior career*

Years

Team

Apps†

(Gls)†

145

(98)

1989–1995

Krung Thai Bank

1995–1996

Raj Pracha

27

(18)

1997–1998

Royal Thai Police

25

(21)

1998–1999

Perlis

21

(22)

1999–2000

Huddersfield Town

0

(0)

2000–2001

Raj Pracha

26

(18)

2001–2002

Singapore Armed Forces

20

(15)

2002–2006

Hoàng Anh Gia Lai

75

(59)

339

(251)

130

(69)

Total National team‡ 1992–2007

Thailand Teams managed


2006

Hoàng Anh Gia Lai

2008

Chula United

2008–2009

Chonburi

2010

Hoàng Anh Gia Lai

2011-

Chula United

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James Wattana (born January 17, 1970 as Wattana Pu-Ob-Orm , then renamed to Ratchapol Pu-Ob-Orm in 2003) is a Thai professional snooker player. Career Wattana won his first major tournament, the CamusThailand Masters, in 1986, aged only 16. He turned professional in 1989, after winning the 1988 World Amateur Championship. His career peaked in the mid-1990s,when he twice won the Thailand Open and rose to number three in the world rankings. Prior to Wattana becoming a professional, snooker had been dominated by British (and to a lesser extent Irish, Canadian and Australian) players. He was the eighth professional player to earn more than £1 million in prize money, and with three maximums he is one of only four players to have scored more than two maximum breaks in competition. He scored his first one in 1991, which was then the fastest ever made; however, his break was bitter-sweet, as just afterwards he received the news that his father had been shot, and died from


his wounds. Still it didn't seem to affect his form, and the early nineties were perhaps the time where he produced his best form. In 2007, he had earned career prize money of £1.75 million. After a strong 2004/2005 season he returned to the top 32 of the world rankings, despite being the first player since 1992 to lose a World Championship match 10–0 —he did this in the final qualifying round against Allister Carter. Wattana's successcaught the imagination of the Thai public, and he became the most popular sportsman in his home country.[citation needed] He helped raise the profile of the game in the Far East, and has been followed into the game by many players from Thailand, Hong Kong and China, the most successful ones being Marco Fu and Ding Junhui. He is a Commander Third Classof the Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand, only the second sportsman to get the country's most prestigious civilian honour. He reached the semi-finals of the World Snooker Championship in 1993 and 1997, in the latter losing narrowly to Stephen Hendry. Wattana has also compiled 140 competitive centuries during his career.[1] Poor form in recent years, however, meant that he dropped off the main tour. He recently took part in the 2008 World Amateur Championships in Wels, Austria where he lost to eventual champion Thepchaiya Un Nooh in last 16. He won the 2009 Asian Championships in Tangshan, China after beating Mei Xiwen 7–3 in the final. It means the 40-year-old will return to the professional circuit in the 09/10 season. His position on the current provisional rankings received a huge boost with a run to the venue stage of the China Open thanks to four straight qualifying victories. Tournament wins Ranking tournaments •

Thailand Open – 1994, 1995

Strachan Open – 1992

Non-ranking •

Thailand Masters – 1986

Hong Kong Challenge – 1990

Humo Masters – 1992

World Matchplay – 1992

Amateur •

ACBSAsian Championship – 1986, 1988, 2009

IBSFWorld Amateur Championship – 1988


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Sompong Soleb

Sompong Soleb (Thai Buriram.

) is a Thai footballer. He plays for Thai Division 1 League clubside

He debuted for the senior Thailand national football team in 2010. He played in the 2010 Thai League Cup final and won a winner's medal after Thai Port defeated Buriram PEA F.C. 2-1.


[edit] International goals # 1.

Date September 6, 2011

Venue Bangkok, Thailand

Oppone Sco nt re Oma 3-0 n

Res ult

Competition

Won

2014 FIFA World Cup Qualification

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