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 By Paul Murphy

Suphanburi, BEC woes underline perils of Thai Premier League coaching

Suphanburi coach Sergio Farias resigned last week after three successive TPL defeats. Photo credit: Suphanburi FC

Suphanburi and BEC Tero Sasana remain on the lookout for new head coaches to save their seasons after both suffered further defeats in the Thai Premier League (TPL).

The War Elephants' head coach Sergio Farias resigned last week and caretaker boss Worawut Srimaka faced a baptism by fire as Suphanburi travelled to Saturday's game at Buriram United without star players Jakkapan Pornsai and Andre Luis. The visitors fought hard but eventually succumbed to Gilberto Macena's fine first-half strike.


 By Gary Stevens

Sacked twice in 12 months, but I want to stay in Thailand's Premier League

Gary Stevens is undeterred after being unceremoniously sacked by two TPL clubs in quick succession.

At the fans' open day ahead of the 2015 Thai Premier League (TPL) season, we welcomed the Prime Minister of Thailand. Before he departed, in perfect English, he announced that he expected my club, Army United FC, to finish in the top three.

A few weeks earlier, I had woken up on New Year's Day 2015 with a smile on my face in the knowledge that I had a year's contract as head coach of the middle tier TPL club.

I was quietly confident we would have a good season, but I had been doing my best to manage...

 By Paul Murphy

Muang Thong top of TPL with Buriram after trouncing Bangkok Glass

Striker Cleiton Silva fired Muang Thong off the blocks in their 5-0 TPL win against Bangkok Glass. Photo credit: Muang Thong United FC

Bangkok Glass defender Matt Smith believes the lessons from Sunday's 5-0 defeat at Muang Thong United will make his side stronger as they try to break the dominance of the three teams who have made up the Thai Premier League (TPL) top two for the last eight years.

The Glass Rabbits began the weekend in a three-way tie at the top with Muang Thong and Buriram United, who between them have won the last seven TPL titles. They were also five points clear of last season's runners up, Chonburi, who last...

 By Kelvin Leong

Singapore's Hassan and Izwan the top two goalkeepers in Southeast Asia

Hassan and Izwan are flying the Singapore flag loud and proud with their performances between the sticks. Photo credit: FAS.

They say that a winning team is built on the back of a good goalkeeper. If that is the case, then Singapore should have won a lot more than they have in recent years.

The Lion City has usually had excellent keepers donning the national colours, from David Lee in the 1994 Dream Team to another retired legend in Lionel Lewis, who earned 73 caps in a decade of service. And, of course, the current duo of Izwan Mahbud and Hassan Sunny have created a healthy rivalry for the Lions' starting spot.


 By Paul Murphy

Muang Thong, Buriram and Bangkok Glass huddled atop TPL summit

Muang Thong midfielder Mario Gjurovski, front row second from right, scored his fourth TPL goal against arch rivals Buriram during the 2-2 draw. Photo credit: Muang Thong United FC

Muang Thong United playmaker Mario Gjurovski believes the battle for the Thai Premier League (TPL) title has just started following the Kirins' thrilling 2-2 draw at champions Buriram United.

The result leaves the two TPL giants at the top of the league on 38 points -- along with Bangkok Glass -- with Buriram ahead on goal difference. All set for an exciting fight-to-finish at the summit with the start of the second half of the season.

"For me, the season starts now, Gjurovski told ESPN FC. We must...