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April 14th 2020 at 10.00am at the Ministry of Tourism and Sports, the Football Association of Thailand and Thai League Co Ltd. organised a meeting for the Thai League 1 and 2 member clubs to discuss the resolution of the professional football league after the epidemic virus, Covid-19. This meeting was led by Dr. Somyot Phung Muang with representatives from all Thai

FA Thailand met on the 7th of April to discuss the Thai League 1 - 4 getting postponed till August or resuming as planned at the start of May but hosting all matches behind closed doors. FA Thailand deputy secretary-general on international affairs, Mr. Pathit Supapong, stated that a video conference between the league and FA took place on Tuesday the 7th of April

The journey from America to Southeast Asia is a long one and even longer when we’re talking about football players making the jump across. How difficult is it to make that move? Well, Jonny Campbell made the brave move in 2017 and hasn’t looked back since.  Jonny was a four year college soccer player, graduating out of East Tennessee State, where he won two state titles. He then jumped between the ASL, PDL and USL leagues

The pressures of being a Head Coach are difficult enough without having to deal with the current Coronavirus situation. How has the football shut down effected coaches in Asia. In Southeast Asia the pressure to win is extremely high and coaches lose their jobs quickly if results are not as expected. The season had just started in this part of the world and some teams were off to a great start and others had started badly.