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 By Paul Murphy

Tunez inspires Buriram United to third consecutive Thai Premier League title

Buriram United won their third successive Thai Premier League title on Saturday.

Buriram United are Thai Premier League (TPL) champions once again after a 3-1 victory at Bangkok Glass on Saturday sealed a third successive title with three games to spare.

It was lucky 13 for the side from north east Thailand as they won their 13th game in a row to kill off the challenge of nearest rivals Muang Thong United. And for 10 straight games, Alexandre Gama's side have scored at least three goals, emphasising their fearsome attacking prowess.

An early goal from Koravit Namwiset put the...

Bangkok Glass sack Spanish coach Rodriguez with four TPL games left

Ricardo Rodriguez becomes the eighth foreign coach to lose his job in the TPL this season.

With just four games remaining in the Thai Premier League (TPL) season and the team battling for a third place finish and a possible AFC Champions League playoff spot, Bangkok Glass have fired head coach Ricardo Rodriguez.

Rodriguez has paid the price for a slump in form over the second half of the campaign, following an excellent start to the season.

The Spaniard joined the Glass Rabbits after leading Ratchaburi to a surprise fourth place finish last year. Expectations were high when, at the halfway...

 By John Duerden

Top of the table Leicester slowly attracting new fans in Thailand

The poster at Bangkok's international airport now seems out of date, given Leicester's lofty position at the top of the Premier League table.

Life in Bangkok moves quickly but even the teeming Thai capital can't keep up with the exploits of Leicester City. A poster in the window of King Power's Duty Free store at Don Mueang International Airport has a trio of Foxes standing tall and proudly, staring defiantly, with the headline: "We are staying up". The only thing related to the club that is going down is, or should be, that poster.

Ahead of Saturday's home game against 20-time English champions Manchester United, a look at the Premier...

Thai stars Chanathip and Sarach keen on Malaysia Super League move

Sarach and Chanathip are two of Thailand's most accomplished players for club and country.

Thailand's top footballers Chanathip Songkrasin and Sarach Yooyen could be playing in the Malaysia Super League (MSL) as early as next season, with the 2014 Suzuki Cup winners expressing their interest in a move abroad.

Both players were part of Kiatisuk Senamuang's all-conquering Thai side that grabbed last year's ASEAN title as well as a gold medal at the 2015 Southeast Asian Games football tournament. They have also taken their nation to the brink of the next round of 2018 World Cup qualifying.


 By Paul Murphy

Ratchaburi win in TPL revives their hopes of Champions League football

Ferre's Ratchaburi have a chance to qualify for the 2016 ACL with four games to go in the TPL.

The battle for third place and a possible AFC Champions League (ACL) spot remains intense in the Thai Premier League (TPL) and Ratchaburi head coach Josep Ferre says he is ready to fight to the end after his side halted a run of poor form with a 3-0 victory over Navy FC on Sunday.

If, as expected, the top two TPL clubs -- Buriram United and Muang Thong United -- win their FA Cup semifinals next week, the third-placed TPL side will go into a play-off for the ACL. But for several weeks, five teams...