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Chairfree PAT Of Dreams: Tom’s 2020 Season Preview

  Port move in to 2020 with a major trophy victory from last season still fresh in the memory, as well as a pre-season trophy that’s even fresher. We’ve also made arguably the biggest signing of the window, bring in our rivals’ best player for a big pot of cash. So we should be looking […]

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2020 Vision: Muangthong Utd

  Ignoring the old saying about saving the best ’til last, we finish our series of 2020 season previews with our old friends Muangthong Utd. After a season in which they flirted with relegation and lost to Port three times, can Gama get the Kirins, who lost to Port three times last season, back on […]

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2020 Vision: Bangkok Utd

  Once again, the much-fancied Angels flattered to deceive in 2019, coming up trophyless once more despite having arguably the strongest squad in T1. But with Mano Polking still in charge of a squad that has been together for a long time, could 2020 finally be their year? Here’s Svein Falk Lorentzen with his thoughts…

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2020 Vision: Buriram Utd

  2019 was a barren year for Buriram, with not a single trophy being added to the Thunder Castle collection. Will 2020 see normal service resumed? Here’s Buriram fan Jamie Pinder with his thoughts…

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2020 Vision: BG Pathum Utd

  After their shock relegation in 2018, BG Pathum Utd – aka Bangkok Glass – made an immediate return by winning T2 2019 at a canter. And after adding some real quality to their squad they’re expected to perform strongly this year. Here’s anonymous Thai football blogger and BG fan Tactics Times with his look […]

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2020 Vision: Nakhon Ratchasima FC

  In our latest 2020 season preview, we hear from stalwart Swatcat fan Russ John, the man behind one of Thai football’s longest-running English language sites, The Swatcat Blog. And this seems like a suitable moment to send our condolences to the families of those killed in Saturday’s awful mass shooting in Korat, and to […]

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2020 Vision: Samut Prakan City

  After taking over Pattaya Utd’s licence, newly-formed Samut Prakan City were the surprise package of 2019, challenging the top clubs before tailing off in the second half of the season. Will they build on the promise of last year, or will it be a case of Second Season Syndrome? here’s Sea Fang (nope, us […]

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2020 Vision: Ratchaburi Mitr Phol FC

Our series of 2020 T1 previews continues with a look at perennial mid-tablers Ratchaburi, a club who’ve had more coaches than National Express. I have a bit of a soft spot for the Dragons due partly to their absolutely superb stadium (surely the best away end in the league) and the extremely friendly locals who […]