25 October 2017
His hat-trick against Chiangrai United in May last year made Cleiton Silva, then a 29-year-old Brazilian forward, the first foreigner to score 100 goals in the Thai League. Here Cleiton shares his story with FourFourTwo, including his record-breaking six years in Thai football. 
18 October 2017
In his brief yet remarkable career, Frank Acheampong has navigated a path from his native Ghana all the way to the UEFA Champions League. A key stop along that journey was a memorable stint in Thai football when he was still a teenager... 
23 May 2017
In a few short weeks, Thai superstar Chanathip Songkrasin will finally make his way to Japan to compete in the J.League, and there are signs it could be a match made in heaven. 
15 March 2017
Southeast Asian teams have always been viewed as underdogs in the regional competitions, but they have caused some big upsets of their own…
20 February 2017
Impressive young Thai forward Supachai Chaided felt fierce loyalty to the team that gave him his first start in football. But when the biggest club in the country comes calling, what is a young lad to do?
4 March 2016
The Thai top flight has undergone a rebranding ahead of the new season, tiding in similarly new set of talking points. John Duerden rounds up the biggest ones ahead of the kick-off on Saturday... 
7 January 2016
The Thai Premier League has confirmed that from the 2016 season onwards, the top-flight football competition will be contested between 20 clubs.
19 November 2015
As China’s Guangzhou Evergrande and United Arab Emirates outfit Al-Ahli prepare for the second leg of the AFC Champions League final this weekend, Paul Williams recalls the time when Thailand's BEC Tero nearly ran away with the trophy…
4 November 2015
China's Guangzhou Evergrande and United Arab Emirates outfit Al Ahli will contest this year's AFC Champions League final, which commences on Saturday. Paul Williams takes a look at what it will take for a Southeast Asian nation to join the party in 2016 and beyond...
7 October 2015
A serious knee injury has put Lebanese international Soony Saad's career in the Thai Premier League on hold. But, as Scott McIntyre reports, the striker can't wait to start making an impact for both club and country...


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