Entries by James Clarke

Finally The End In Sight – Final Fixtures 2020/21 Season

The best and brightest over at League HQ finally got round to publishing the remaining fixtures, for this seemingly endless season. Highlights include, back to back home games against Buriram in mid-January, with a Wednesday last 16 FA Cup game followed by a league fixture on Saturday. A potential “title decider” when the current top two meet […]

Thunder Forecast for Round of 16

  The draw for the last 16 of the Chang FA Cup was made earlier this afternoon, with Port landing a home tie vs. Buriram. With the former serial winners (of everything) from Isan well off the pace in the league and the League Cup having a fallow year, due to COVID, the FA Cup […]

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Port Lose Samba Sparkle

Whilst the Sandpit is back, we’re not quite fully up to speed yet getting stories off the production line. So we’re a little late with some sad news that recently emerged from Port. Hero of Klong Toei and one of the nicest blokes you’ll ever meet, Josimar has left the club. In a sport that […]

Back for the Biggie.

  If you’re going to come out of hibernation, it might as well be for a good reason and they don’t come much bigger in Thai football than the slum v scum derby. Just shy of eight months after it was originally scheduled to take place (thanks in part to a further delay beyond COVID, […]

Boo Boys: Chainat FC vs. Port FC Preview

  Port return to action on Sunday after a brief hiatus for the Royal ascension, with a growing sense amongst Thai football that the next coronation the kingdom witnesses could take place in Klongtoei. As much as that opening line got in due to lack of a superior alternative, there comes a point where we […]