Entries by Tom Earls

Tom’s Transfer Talk: The Bee Gees

  Port have acted early with the mid-season break coming up, signing two players from T2 leaders BG Pathum United. Thai national team star Tanaboon Kesarat has apparently been signed on a permanent deal, while Piyachanok Darit has joined on loan. The rumours of new Port signings started about a week ago, just after a […]

Weeping Angels: Port FC vs. Bangkok United Preview

  I can’t very well start this preview without first addressing the tragic events that unfolded on Wednesday morning. A bus carrying a group of Port fans to the away cup fixture with Nongbua Pitchaya was involved in a deadly accident, killing 5 people and injuring 3 more. Among those in the Port bus were […]

Know Your Enemy: Ariel Strikes

  With a catch-up game between Chiang Mai and Chainat scheduled for Wednesday, I decided to delay my run-down of gameweek 9’s results. Unfortunately that means my memory of almost two-week old games is less than crystal clear, but I’ll do my best!  

Know Your Enemy: Dirty Dozen

  Gameweek 7 Results and Highlights   With last week’s Songkran holiday I didn’t have time to keep up with all of the gameweek 7 action, so in the absence of my reports above are the results and highlights of the action. All you really need to know is that due to Port’s resurgence in […]

Wasps Extinct: Port FC 5-0 Prachuap FC

  Challenge accepted. Port put in the performance of the season so far to denudate 2nd place Prachuap and send Port – for the time being at least – to the top of the T1 table. Port’s play was paradisiac at times, with the all too earthly Prachuap defence unable to keep control of the […]

Know Your Enemy: Chainese Burn

  I know what the fans want. Let’s give them what they want. First up, the incredible capitulation of Port’s greatest rivals went in to overdrive in a result reminiscent of the 0-6 annihilation by Prachuap. This time Muangthong let even more unfancied opposition have their way with them, with relegation candidates Chainat sticking 3 […]

The Wasp Killer: Port FC vs. Prachuap Preview

  Having bounced back from the disappointing 1-3 defeat against Sukhothai, Port will try to make it a perfect week by securing their second home win in a row against second placed Prachuap. The relatively straightforward 4-1 victory over Trat will likely not be replicated on Saturday though, with Prachuap (one mental game against Chonburi […]