Entries by Tom Earls

Who’s Trat? Trat FC vs. Port FC Preview

  Another game, another manager. It might not seem like it, what with the long break and the familiar figure of Jadet having been back at the helm, but by kick-off on Saturday Port will be on their third manager in just 7 games. And once again, new coach Sarawut’s tenure is unlikely to be […]

Suspended Sentence: Port ? – ? Police Tero

  Ahhh, how I’ve missed Thai football. With it’s flawless planning, military execution and complete aversion to games ending in farcical circumstances, it was just another predictable week where everything went to plan, and everyone went home happy. The end.     Wait. Why is everyone singing Happy Birthday? Well, Thai football did indeed make […]

Masks For Goalposts: Port FC vs. Police Tero Preview

  Finally! The long months of pining for the hallowed gravel of the sandpit are almost at an end. We may be masked, separated and deprived of the moo ping and cold Leo that fuel our howls of disappointment, cheers of celebration and insults in whatever language the opposition keeper speaks, but we’re back. Well, […]

Thailand Gain Extra Champions League Spot in 2021

  The Asian Champions League, which Port crashed out of in the qualifying stages this year, is expanding from 32 to 40 teams from the 2021 season. This, along with the fact that Thailand moved past Australia to in the AFC’s club rankings, means that Thailand will go from 1 automatic spot in the group […]

Tom’s Transfer Talk – For Sale: Unwanted Talent

  Credible Rumours are starting to emerge linking some of Port’s bit-part players with moves away from PAT Stadium. After investing huge sums of money in a horde of players who are clearly second, third or even fourth choice in their positions, Port’s scattergun recruitment policy now puts us in a position where a lot […]

Thai League Postponed Until Mid-April

  Due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19, The Football Association of Thailand has postponed all T1-T4 fixtures from now until April 18th. Originally the FA announced there would be no change, then a day later it was announced that games would go ahead behind closed doors. After input from clubs, however, who were […]