Chanathip Songkrasin

22 February 2017
Sometimes footballers can have a tendency to lean on the comforts of home and remain in their local professional leagues. But, as Paul Williams reports, there are many benefits our 20 Under-20 can realise if they test themselves abroad...
4 December 2016
Once again, Thailand got the job done without really breaking into third gear. Two goals from Teerasil Dangda give the War Elephants a 2-0 win, putting one foot into the final. Who else apart from their captain performed? FourFourTwo dishes out the ratings... 
3 December 2016
Myanmar have thrown down the gauntlet to Thailand ahead of their Suzuki Cup semi-final first leg in Yangon this Sunday by declaring that the defending champions are “aren’t that special”.
2 December 2016
Earlier this week, Thailand coach Kiatisuk Senamuang told FourFourTwo he wants to see more of his players head overseas. All 23 War Elephants at the 2016 AFF Suzuki Cup play at home. A few heading elsewhere would surely be healthy, but which ones? And where to?
29 November 2016
Thai coach Kiatisuk Senamuang and Indonesian star Irfan Bachdim have both backed Chanathip Songkrasin to prove a hit in the J-League if, as seems increasingly likely, the star playmaker moves to Japan.
22 November 2016
It was a second consecutive victory in Group A for Thailand but had it not been for Sarawut Masuk’s 89th-minute header, Kiatisuk ‘Zico’ Senamuang’s men could have been staring at defeat instead.
14 November 2016
The reigning AFF champions, can Thailand make it an unprecedented third straight title?
31 August 2016
Thailand are about to commence the final round of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup. Rewind four years ago and German-born coach Winfried Schaefer was pulling the strings as his Thai outfit was knocked out in 2014 qualifying. Here, Schaefer recalls some of the obstacles he faced and his optimism for the current War Elephants...
6 May 2016
They were already on FourFourTwo’s Asia 50 list last year, but these players continued their meteoric rise 12 months on... 
28 April 2016
Thailand’s powerhouse Buriram United went 44 games unbeaten in the Thai Premier League before finally losing to Muangthong recently. It is just but one loss, but it could lead to something more, John Duerden says... 


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