Monthly archive - May 2011

Worawi still fumes over allegations

By Kitinan Sanguansak

Worawi Makudi, the caretaker president of the Football Association of Thailand, admitted his sense of outrage despite being absolved of David Triesman’s accusations that he claims has severely damaged his reputation.

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Thailand still has an eye on 2012 Olympics

By Kitinan Sanguansak

Any hope of reinstating Thailand into the 2012 Olympic qualifiers was now hinging on the Court of Arbitration for Sport’s ruling said the caretaker president of the Football Association of Thailand Worawi Makudi late last week.

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Setanta confirms J. League schedule for June

Setanta Sports Australia has released their schedule of J. League games for the month of June, and it’s a bumper month for fans of the Japanese game.

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Kosuke Kimura - The Quiet Achiever

Say the name Kosuke Kimura to any fan of Japanese football and you’ll probably draw a blank stare. Kimura is one of the now many Japanese players plying their trade abroad, but his destination is unlike most.

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McKinna on a mission in China

When Kevin McCabe joined the Central Coast Mariners board in 2009, little did Lawrie McKinna know that it would eventually lead to him coaching in China.

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Sendai story one of hope

It wasn’t too long ago that people were questioning how Vegalta Sendai would compete in the J. League after their city and surrounding area was decimated by the Japan earthquake and tsunami.

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Worawi’s control hangs in the balance

Asian Football Feast’s Thai correspondent, Kitinan Sanguansak, gives us his opinion of the FAT election fiasco.

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Chaos in Thailand as FAT elections postponed

Kitinan Sanguansak brings us the latest from Thailand surrounding the chaotic scenes from the FAT’s general meeting.

The Football Association of Thailand’s presidential election was shrouded in controversy when the executive board suddenly postponed the scheduled vote by members.

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Late drama in the FAT elections

Our Thai correspondent, Kitinan Sanguansak, brings us the latest breaking news on the FAT elections including talk of a third candidate.

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Worawi clinging to power in Thailand

In his first article for Asian Football Feast, Kitinan Sanguansak takes a look at the upcoming Football Association of Thailand presidential elections.

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