Port Dusit All Over Again. Another Manager Fails To Fix The Seemingly Unfixable

Another day another self-inflicted backwards step for Port. This morning it’s been announced that coach Dusit has resigned after the recent poor run of form. The official line is that Dusit decided to walk after starting the season with 4 wins 3 draws and 4 defeats, which failed to meet the goals set for the season. A position you could believe. However once again it’s a coach failing to make a noticeable change at Port. In this case, the one who won the league last season. As Port go on doing the same things as under every previous manager. Maybe the problem isn’t with the manager but goes a little deeper. Coach  Sarawut “Oud” Treephan, cements his position as the new Jadet, stepping in to replace the man who replaced him preseason. Port play Racthaburi this evening at 7pm which makes the timing of this coming out evening odder. Good luck to Dusit where ever he goes next, its bound to be less of a circus than Port and hopefully his hands aren’t tied like you suspect they were over the last few months.

The clubs official statement is linked below.

James Clarke

James Clarke

Originally from England, James first came to Thailand in 2010 to escape big cities and spend time on beaches away from crowds. He now divides his time between living in Bangkok and wishing he was living in Bangkok.

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