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Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #210 on: April 10, 2016, 05:48:45 PM »
FT Inter Pattaya 0 NRFC 2. The Swatcats advanced into the next round of the Toyota League Cup with this victory over Inter Pattaya today.

There is now a PLT break for Songkran. The league restarts in 2 week's time when NRFC welcome the Sharks from Chonburi.

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Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #211 on: April 20, 2016, 06:50:37 PM »
 NRFC v Chonburi Sharks preview.

NRFC recommence their PLT fixtures with a home game against Chonburi on Sunday 24th April at 18.00. The game can be viewed on Truevisions channel 667 TS HD2.

People in the Thai Football world have been looking for signs that the Sharks have come out of their rather traumatic period of change at the club at the end of last season. So far, early in the season I know, the verdict is still out.
 It certainly was a brave but inevitable (in most fans minds) move to see a team finishing a creditable fourth in the TPL then sack the coach and let key personnel go. The Sharks, whilst not setting the world on fire so far, have performed pretty well and in my opinion a top six finish is within their grasp.

The Swatcats have had a dodgy start. The team’s success is attributable in great part to the industry and skill of Noah Chivuta. His form has been below par – maybe carrying a slight knock, and thus the men from Korat have been misfiring. The team struggled to score freely last year and this problem seems to be dogging them again. Whether to play Tagbajumi or Adeyeah up front seems to be a problem that leads to a lack of continuity up front. My answer would be to try playing them both but I am no tactician!!
In this particular fixture I think that the Sharks will have the edge and 3 points maybe a possibility. The “1 goal advantage” that Swatcat home fixtures seem to attract however leads me to predict a 2-2 draw.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #212 on: April 26, 2016, 04:11:34 PM »
Dateline 24th April NRFC 0 Chonburi Sharks 0

NRFC hosted the Sharks from Chonburi, In front of a crowd of some 13 000 plus. The home fans hoping that the Swatcats could "squish the fish".

In a rather uninspiring opening 20 minutes, neither side was able to muster a real chance with a Lindemann drive and a further 20 yard shot from Athibordee being the only moments of tepid excitement.
Noah Chivuta nearly broke the deadlock on 21 minutes with a fierce shot but in truth there was precious little service provided for a lively Tagbajumi. At the other end Chonburi failed to produce much themselves up front.

 In the 46th minute Tagbajumi fired in a fine cross shot which was superbly pushed past the post by the keeper – a rare touch of class in the match so far.

With the hosts having slightly more possession, no real pattern of play materialized from either side as the first half drew to a close.

In the second half The Swatcats attacked brightly, searching for a breakthrough and in the 54th minute Noah Chivuta was replaced by Adeyeah. A 59th minute Lindemann shot stung the keeper’s hands as the home side again dominated possession.
 Assumpsao fired in a curling shot in a rare foray forward by the Sharks and Lindemann shot just wide after some smart work from Adeyeah as both sides searched for a winner. As the Swatcats pressed with Adeyeah adding a new dimension up front, a near post shot went close and then at the death, The Sharks nearly poached all 3 points with a stinging shot going narrowly wide in the 93rd minute.

Chances considered, this was not a bad performance. The Swatcats will have to somehow up their game if they are to battle for a top 10 finish.  Whilst a point against one of the better teams in the TPL is not a disaster, there is certainly no need to panic yet of course.
In reality there are 5 or 6 teams who are probably going to finish below them, but it will be a disappointment after last year's 8th place for the club to be mixing it at the wrong end of the table. I am not sure where the goals are going to come from. Worse for me is the fear that after 2 home defeats, a rather squeaky win and a goalless draw, the fans will shun the team....and I'm afraid that a Swatcat team without the advantage of the usual massive home support will really be up against it.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #213 on: April 26, 2016, 07:28:17 PM »
The Swatcats travel to Si Saket tomorrow (KO 7.00 pm 27th April) hoping to gain a vital win after some disappointing recent results. 3 points would kickstart their season and push them into a mid table position.
My prediction Si Saket 1 NRFC 2.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #214 on: April 28, 2016, 09:20:40 AM »
Dateline 27th April 2016

 Si Saket 1 NRFC 0

NRFC visited the home of the Kouprey Warriors in this Isaan Derby game hoping to add to their early season point’s total. The Swatcats started without Nagano, Lindemann and Tagbajumi with Adeyeah up front. Former Swatcat favourite Ivan Boscovic figured for the home team
The Koupreys opened brightly with a period of pressure culminating in a long range shot saved well by the visitor’s keeper. The Swatcats countering with a glancing header from Adeyeah in the 9th minute.

A solo effort from Adeyeah then had the keeper scampering as the visitors eased themselves into the game – the Ghanean minutes later being flattened by a flying boot to the face.

The visitors grew in confidence and put some useful attacking moves together with one culminating in a dangerous cross being tipped over the bar but in a half of few genuine chances, honours were about even – Adeyeah’s sharpness may ultimately be the difference between the teams.

The second half came to life with a snap shot from the home team in the 48th minute but as in the first half chances were few and far between. The Swatcats increasingly showed some signs of dominance as the half progressed with the hosts not posing much of a threat.

A sharp header from a corner in the 76th minute broke the deadlock to put the hosts one up.

As the game drew to a close a great solo run Adeyeah ended when he flicked his shot feet wide. Minutes later, Adeyeah again made the keeper work with a snap shot from 14 yards. In what was now becoming the Adeyeah show he again shot wide then was inches wide with a header as the visitors searched for an equalizer.

Adeyeah looked lively but isolated up front often being covered by 3 defenders. I would love to see him operate with a second main striker. The way the team is playing is hardly inspiring and goals again seem to be at a premium. With no consistent selections up front, we seem to have run out of attacking ideas.
On balance the Swatcats deserved a point tonight being slightly unlucky to concede the winning goal – the defence looked in control most of the time but Si Saket were pretty ordinary and we will face far greater challenges in forthcoming matches.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #215 on: April 29, 2016, 08:22:30 AM »
The Swatcats welcome the newly promoted Sukhothai tomorrow (Sat. 30th KO 6.00 pm  TV coverage TS6). Sukhothai have made a bright start in their maiden season and will provide a real challenge to the struggling men from Korat. I feel however that home advantage may be decisive.
My prediction NRFC 1 Sukhothai 0.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #216 on: May 01, 2016, 07:36:43 AM »
Dateline 30th April 2016

 NRFC 1 Sukhothai 3

The visitors today were the Fire Bats from Sukhothai. The newly promoted Sukhothai have made an encouraging start to their first TPL campaign.

In front of a disappointing crowd - maybe 8-10 000 (hardly surprising considering the Swatcats early season performances) the opening 20 minutes were devoid of any major incidents or chances of note.

In the 21st minute a Malek snap shot had the visitor’s keeper on the hop then Tagbajumi blazed over from 12 yards. Minutes later under pressure from Tagbajumi, a Sukhothai headed own goal gave the hosts the lead.
34 minutes in and some neat passing football culminated in a Lindemann drive soaring over the bar. The hosts now seem to be gaining momentum and another sweet forward move resulted in a long range shot.
In a defensive disaster in the 43rd minute, the host’s keeper failed to control a tame back pass and an alert Sukhothai forward pounced to tap the ball into an empty net.

In a half when the visitors offered little up front, the Swatcats, despite not setting the world on fire, looked the better side. Sukhothai look very poor and anything but a Swatcats win tonight would be a disappointment.

The second half started with both teams trading tame attacking moves but in the 63rd minute a Bireme rocket cannoned off the crossbar after some good work on the flank from Biaggio.

Local hero Prompong replaced Malek in the 73rd minute and in the 81st minute in a rare foray forward, an unmarked Bireme headed Sukhothai ahead. Biaggio added a third in the 93rd minute to complete a disappointing evening for the hosts.

The team is not playing badly but does not seem to be able to put teams away. With attendances dwindling and our home form crumbling, this could be a long season ahead - an improvement on last year’s 8th place seems a world away.
I’m not sure what is going wrong at the moment but there seems to be little service provided for the strikers. Also the fact that one week it’s Adeyeah up front and the next it’s Tagbajumi hardly provides much continuity or confidence for either player.

On present performances a relegation battle is looming…how long before the call for Kambe’s head!!!

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #217 on: May 05, 2016, 07:23:20 PM »
The Swatcats take on the struggling Navy at Sattahip on Saturday 7th May. Navy have only scored one goal in the first 9 games so there should be the opportunity to gain a point or three. Kick off is at 19.00.

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Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #218 on: May 08, 2016, 07:50:48 AM »
Dateline 7th May 2016

 Navy 1 NRFC 0
The Swatcats were the visitors at Sattahip for this early season meeting of two of the Premier League strugglers.
At last the penny has dropped – Adeyeah and Tagbajumi start together today. It will be interesting to see how they interact. Lindemann is on the bench.

The match began with tame exchanges from both sides with Navy looking the slightly better side going forward. In a half littered with free kicks and injuries, T Metee was sent off for a second yellow in the 45th minute.

Viewing this first half of football it is easy to see why both teams are languishing at the wrong end of the table. The Tagbajumi/Adeyeah ensemble does not seem to be the answer to The Swatcat’s absolute lack of penetration – at least the home side produced a couple of half chances!!!

Second half and here’s hoping for some football entertainment – I’m not holding my breath!!!

In the opening minute of the second half, a Navy cross was almost turned into the net by a defender – the keeper saved smartly and in the 59th minute a smart overhead kick gave the hosts the lead – only Navy’s second goal of the season!!

In the 73rd minute the visitors put their first shot on target - a weak effort from Lindemann. This apart there was little else to report in a dour final 45 minutes.

Another toothless display. I am not sure where the club goes from here. The club overachieved last year and last season was always going to be a hard act to follow but their performances thus far have been mediocre at best. Any sparkle present last season seems to have evaporated. Here’s hoping that they can turn things around but at the moment I see no areas that provide any confidence that the team can improve.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #219 on: May 09, 2016, 01:42:24 PM »
The Swatcats host Chang Rai United on Wednesday 11th May at 7.00 pm. A win for the ailing men from Korat is absolutely vital. With crowds dwindling and the team perilously close to the relegation zone, a confidence lifting 3 points would go some way to inspire the club and fans.

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Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #220 on: May 12, 2016, 08:29:55 AM »
Dateline 11th May 2016

 NRFC 1 Chang Rai United 4

The visitors tonight were Chang Rai United. After a great start, there has been a stutter in their form but they should still have enough to overcome a struggling Swatcat team.

The first half started with a sparse crowd asking the question “Can the home team discover some spark to energise their season?” No Adeyeah or Tagbajumi up front. Prompong gets a start.

Chang Rai struck in the second minute with an unopposed header to go one up. In the opening minutes Chang Rai look much sharper than the hosts.

In the 16th minute a diving header from the hosts flashed just wide and minutes later a well worked move lead to a drive shaving the bar.

Chang Rai went further ahead in the 26th minute with a freak, long range header that bounced over the keeper. The hosts continued to huff and puff with no tangible end product with Chang Rai looking confident and competent.

Chang Rai completed the half 3 up with a well worked third goal.

The second half again confirmed that Chang Rai are a better, well organized outfit with the hosts being pulled all over the place with slick passing movements and better technique. With confidence ebbing it seems to me that the Swatcat players really don’t know what their jobs on the field are… and are waiting to be told!!

In the 59th minute a completely unmarked Murillo volleyed in the fourth. The hosts plugged away gamely but what is becoming clear is that they have lost their way tactically.
A long range shot was well saved by the Chang Rai keeper and minutes later a Lindemann drive was inches wide as the hosts pressed with Chang Rai taking their foot off the gas.

A late Tagbajumi consolation goal will do nothing to hide the fact that the Swatcats are really struggling. Some action has to be taken quickly otherwise this side is relegation bound. For whatever reason this set of players is not performing and seem to lack any real spirit. There is no part of the team that offers any hope of improvement. The fans are already voting with their feet. Only the real diehards are prepared to turn out to see these substandard performances – there really has been little entertainment at the 80th anniversary Stadium this season. This is such a disappointment after last season but in truth, the team overachieved last year with a mediocre set of players.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #221 on: May 12, 2016, 10:02:46 AM »
The Swatcats visit Bangkok United at the weekend (Saturday 8.00) “Lambs to the Slaughter” might be an appropriate description of the fixture.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #222 on: May 12, 2016, 10:03:48 AM »
Rumours are circulating that Sugao Kambe has been sacked.

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Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #223 on: May 12, 2016, 10:07:09 AM »
If Sugao Kambe has gone, I would like to put on record that he has brought the club a long way - third tier obscurity to 8th place in the Premier League is no mean feat. Thank you for your service Sugao San and I wish you good luck in the future.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #224 on: May 13, 2016, 08:12:55 AM »
It has been confirmed that Sugao Kambe has resigned as Head coach of the Swatcats

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #225 on: May 15, 2016, 09:29:40 AM »
Dateline 14th May 2016

 Bangkok United 2 NRFC 1

With the Bangkok Angels flying high and the men from Korat struggling and without a Head Coach it will need heavenly intervention if the Swatcats are to gain anything from this game.

The match commenced with the visitors starting with Tagbajumi and Adeyeah up front, with Chivuta omitted.
The hosts started confidently and went close after 5 minutes and then scored the first goal after 10 minutes with a slick move that split the Swatcat’s defence apart with ease.
The Bangkok side looked impressive going forward and seemed to be able to open up the visitors defence at will, with a couple of good chances going begging.
Despite looking the weaker side tonight, the Swatcats seemed a little better organized and showed a bit more spirit than of late – defence looks very “leaky” though.

After 30 minutes with the Angel’s front men tormenting the visitor’s defence and no shots on goal from the men from Korat there is only going to be one result tonight.

A twice taken penalty in the 32nd minute led to a second for the hosts and the teams went in at half time with the Angels two up.

Second half and some good movement from the Swatcats leading to a fine drive from Lindemann and minutes later a reasonable penalty claim was turned down. The hosts countered with a snap shot hitting the bar.
A Lindemann free kick was well saved by the keeper in the 59th minute and the men from Korat were rewarded for their efforts when a superb 30 yard drive went in off the bar in the 61st minute to make it 2-1.

In the 71st minute Bangkok clattered the post with a well taken free kick and with the Swatcat’s defence tiring, the hosts began to exert pressure as the game entered its final phase.

Outclassed, at times, by a more polished side but there were some encouraging signs – especially in the second half. The team however is creating few chances even with two up front which is worrying.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #226 on: May 16, 2016, 09:02:21 AM »
The Swatcats begin their search for a new Head  Coach after the resignation of Sugao Kambe. My hope is that a strict disciplinarian with some defensive coaching ability is appointed.

I would like to put on record that Sugao Kambe brought the club a long way - third tier obscurity to 8th place in the Premier League is no mean feat. Thank you for your service Sugao San and I wish you good luck in the future.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #227 on: May 19, 2016, 08:18:35 AM »
The Swatcats welcome Suphanburi to the 80th Anniversary Stadium on Saturday 21st May at 6.00 pm. By their own high standards, Suphanburi have made a mediocre start to the season but will still provide a great challenge to the hosts.
The home team will be desperate to break a run of 5 defeats and after an encouraging performance against Bangkok United will be looking to lever themselves out of the bottom three.

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Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #228 on: May 20, 2016, 03:59:43 PM »
Rumours are surfacing that the Swatcats will appoint a new coach "early next week".

Offline thaiwolf

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« Reply #229 on: May 22, 2016, 12:52:22 PM »
Dateline 21st May 2016

 NRFC 0 Suphanburi 0

The War Elephants from Suphanburi were the opponents at the 80th Anniversary Stadium, with the home team hoping to end a dramatic losing streak.
In front of about 5-6 thousand fans the hosts opened eagerly with the opponents being closed down effectively. A fourth minute free kick went just over for the hosts as they pressed forward but Suphanburi looked dangerous at times on the break.

In the 20th minute the visitors scored a neat headed goal but it was adjudged offside. The men from Korat then countered with a decent 25 yard drive going over and minutes later a smart passing movement resulted in a shot inches wide. There then followed a period of pressure from the hosts ending with an Adeyeah 8 yard drive being well saved – a guilt edged chance.

The 40th minute saw a lucky escape for the home team. A shot was well saved but the ball ran loose and a resulting point blank shot was kept out by the sprawling keeper.

The second half began with both teams trying to break the deadlock but it took until the 62nd minute before a real chance was produced when a Suphanburi close range header was well saved by the keeper. Minutes later, persistence by Adeyeah nearly produced an unlikely opening goal. This spurred on the home side with a drive going wide and a period of pressure developing.

In the 74th minute a diving header from the hosts went wide with the resulting corner causing chaos in the opponents defence. The Suphanburi defenders resorted to some rather agricultural challenges to keep the Swatcats at bay with a Lindemann drive following one of these challenges going just wide.

Ultimately neither side could break the deadlock, but a vital point for the Swatcats against a disappointing Suphanburi outfit. A much improved performance from the Swatcats. They challenged and harried opponents and showed real spirit – there has definitely been a change in attitude since the departure of Sugao Kambe. The lack of goals is still worrying but I feel slightly optimistic for the future. Bjorn Lindemann was excellent tonight, as was Noah Chivuta but our options up front seem limited  and I think this department needs bolstering for the second leg – neither Tagbajumi or Adeyeah – both talented players, seem to be the answer to our goal scoring problems.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #230 on: May 25, 2016, 10:54:32 AM »
NRFC – What’s gone wrong?

A team surfing on the back of two promotions.
 A team finishing a creditable 8th place in their inaugural season in the top flight.
A team attracting crowds which most TPL teams can only dream of.

A team now languishing in the bottom three, crowds diving to a lowly 7000 from a first match day attendance of 32 000 and demos protesting at the way in which the team is run. So what has gone wrong?
Let’s be straight, last year’s 8th place was an overachievement and a situation which I foresaw as hard to follow. A pretty ordinary team, who by dint of weak opposition in Division 1 in their Championship season had got into the winning habit who used this momentum and confidence to make a successful assault in the Premiership.
Pundits were making comments about the coaching methods or lack thereof Sugao Kambe and were baying for his removal. Rumours were circulating about the player’s discontent at the lack of rigorous training and coaching…but still the performances last season masked the underlying problems.

A word here on the fans. Swatcat fans are not used to seeing their team lose at home. Regional League and Division 1 home losses were extremely rare. In fact Premiership home losses were rare too – with only a couple of losses and a home draw with Buriram bolstering the home fan’s enthusiasm and support. It really is no great surprise that the attendances have plummeted. One home win so far and far from entertaining football on view. If Bangkok United played in Korat the 80th Anniversary Stadium would be full every week – Korat is a real football City.

This season the wheels have apparently come off. The loss of Lee Tuck was a blow. The acquisition of new striker Tagbajumi has yet to blossom and the returning Adeyeah does not appear to be the answer to our goalscoring problems. Kambe has gone and in the two matches since his departure there has been a real improvement – both in attitude and tactics.

So what has gone wrong… well nothing really. An overachieving team in their first season in the top flight who really should have finished in the bottom five is going to finish….in the bottom five. Shock, horror!!

One final point. If The Swatcats are relegated – and in my opinion this is a real possibility, it will be a real loss to the TPL. A moderately successful Korat team will attract 20 000 plus attendances. The TPL needs well supported teams if it is to flourish. Here’s hoping that the new coach, whoever he may be, can turn things around and help to maintain the Swatcat’s Premier League status.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #231 on: May 26, 2016, 08:07:35 AM »
The Swatcats enter the Thunder Castle this weekend (KO 18.00 Saturday 28th May TV coverage TS HD3) to face current Champions Buriram United. The chance of a favourable result for the men from Korat is, I’m afraid, zero.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #232 on: May 26, 2016, 12:24:25 PM »
The Swatcats have drawn Bangkok United away in the FA Cup. Ties will be played on 15th June

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« Reply #233 on: May 29, 2016, 08:38:18 AM »
Dateline  28th May 2016

 Buriram United 1 NRFC 0

The Swatcats entered the Thunder Castle hoping to avoid defeat against a Buriram side that has not been firing on all cylinders recently.

The match began with the visitor’s defence soon in panic as a short range shot was deflected just wide after a dangerous cross. Unable to gain much possession, the Swatcats were forced onto the back foot as Buriram pressed forward.
After 14 minutes after yet another in a series of sloppy passes in midfield by the visitors, Buriram opened the scoring with a fine 18 yard drive. The men from Korat countered with a shot on the break well saved by the keeper. Poor defensive work then presented Lindemann with a shooting opportunity.
In the 41st minute the visitors got lucky when a deflected shot bounced off the post. In a flurry of chances, the visitors then countered with a dangerous shot then a snap shot from Kaio was well saved by the visitor’s keeper.

Without looking too dangerous, the home team seemed to be in full control of the game as the first half drew to a close.

In the 48th minute a “cheeky” shot off the side of the foot hit the Swatcat’s post as Buriram pressed. The Swatcats then began to gain some possession as the half progressed but without really causing much difficulty for the home team.
In the 66th minute Adeyeah cut inside and shot from 20 yards but the keeper saved comfortably and minutes later Lindemann rounded off a decent passing movement with a sharp drive.

In a spirited final 10 minutes The Swatcats were unlucky not equalize as they continued to harass and pressure the Buriram defence.

A much improved second half performance which could have led to a deserved point.

Although playing with great spirit against a far from convincing Buriram side, it remains difficult to see where goals are going to come from. Sloppy midfield play continued to put pressure on the defence which battled gamely. Defeat against Buriram is no disgrace but they now must concentrate on the next 3 games – all of which are winnable. They have to put away such lower echelon sides otherwise relegation beckons.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #234 on: May 29, 2016, 09:57:11 AM »
THE TPL now takes a break to allow for Thailand's King's Cup games.

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« Reply #235 on: May 29, 2016, 11:15:47 AM »
OFFICIAL: Nakhon Ratchasima FC appoints Milos Joksic as new head coach

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« Reply #236 on: May 29, 2016, 11:18:58 AM »
Milos Joksic is taking over at Swatcats. He did a good job at Pattaya so could be good for struggling side. Will he bring any players with him?

Offline thaiwolf

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« Reply #237 on: May 30, 2016, 08:56:53 AM »
Crucial period for the Swatcats after the international break. They play Pattaya United (H), Osotspa (A) and Army (H). All games are winnable and given the Swatcats recent improvement and the “New Coach” syndrome 9 points should be the target.
If all of these games are won, our relegation woes will be temporarily behind us, however if we lose all three the prospect of relegation will be brought into sharp focus with the inevitable questions being asked of our newly appointed coach.

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Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #238 on: June 01, 2016, 01:21:41 PM »
Nakhon Ratchasima FC unveils new head coach, Milos Joksic. Targets top 10 at end of 2016.

Offline thaiwolf

Re: SWATCATS in the Thai Premier
« Reply #239 on: June 01, 2016, 04:00:21 PM »
Joksic's first move.

CONFIRMED: Nakhon Ratchasima FC are taking on loan Thailand U23 midfielder, Kasidech Wettayawong from Muangthong United