Four of our Samut Prakan City "Sea Fangs:" Peeradon Chamratsamee, Picha Autra, Chayawat Srinawong, and Teeraphol Yoryoei have reported to the Le Méridien Suvarnabhumi resort for national team practice ahead of the 2022 World Cup Asian Qualifiers fourth Group G second round match against Malaysia on November 14th, which will be followed by another visit to the Vietnam national team for the fifth match on November 19th. Chayawat Srinawong and Teeraphol Yoryoei, two "Sea Fangs" who have been called-up for the Thai national team for the first time, are so thrilled and raring to put on their top form for a chance to serve on the national team with hopes of taking Thailand to the World Cup!
The great form of Samut Prakan City "Sea Fang" goalkeeper "Ice" Kampol Pathom-attakul has earned him a place on the ultimate Toyota Thai League fantasy lineup as of the 2019 closing match by well-known Thai sports media such as Goal/th!
Samut Prakan City’s rising-star winger and quality-guaranteed player of the "Sea Fang" squad "Teh" Jaroensak Wonggorn is one out of 25 selected for the "War Elephants" U-23 Thai national team getting set for the 2019 SEA Games in the Philippines!
The closing whistle sounds with both sides level and sharing the points which marks a fine ending to the Samut Prakan City "Sea Fang’s" Toyota Thai League 2019 campaign for a sixth-place finish to the season after all 30 matches consisting of 13 victories, 7 draws, and 11 losses for a total of 43 points!
"Captain New" Peeradon Chamratsamee will be making his return at the close of the season to lead the charge as Samut Prakan City visits the Port "Lions!" The "Sea Fang’s" hopes are high on taking the last 3 points home to the river-mouth territory in the Toyota Thai League 2019 season-ending match this Saturday, October 26th, at the PAT Stadium - kicking-off at 18:00 hrs. live on True Sport 2 (channel 682)!
Head coach Akira Nishino sees promise in four Samut Prakan City "Sea Fangs" who are now prospective players for the Thai national team; namely Peeradon Chamratsamee, Picha Autra, Chayawat Srinawong, and Teeraphol Yoryoei. The "War Elephants" camp is tasked with full preparation for the 4th and 5th Group G matches of the second round at the 2022 World Cup Asian Qualifiers in which the Thai national team will be visitors to both Malaysia and Vietnam this coming November.