Bangkok coach says he will “fight Jeonbuk for Thai pride”

Bangkok coach says he will “fight Jeonbuk for Thai pride”

“We will fight against Jeonbuk for Thai pride”.

Bangkok United held an official press conference ahead of their 2023-2024 Asian Football Confederation (AFC) Champions League Group F second leg match against Jeonbuk at Thammasit Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand on March 3 (KST).

Bangkok United head coach Totchawan Sripan and goalkeeper Pattiwat Khammai were present at the press conference.

Bangkok is in second place in the Thai League with four wins, one draw, and 13 points, and won its first match in the ACL group stage 2-1 against Ryan City (Singapore).

“We are very excited to play against Jeonbuk, who have made great progress in the ACL,” said Coach Sripan at the press conference. It’s an honor to play with them,” he said in a press conference.

“We have already won against them and had a lot of fun preparing for it. Tactically, we worked hard to prepare, and we had enough time to recover from the postponement of our match against Buriram, so we were well prepared for Jeonbuk.”

“Jeonbuk is a strong team in Asia. They have a lot of good players. They have a lot of national team players. They also have a lot of physically strong players, so we worked hard on our defensive tactics.”

“We will represent Thailand in the ACL against a strong team, Jeonbuk. We will do our best to protect our pride.” 레모나토토

Meanwhile, Khammai, who represented the players, said, “I will try my best to work with the players to achieve a good result.”

“The team and my teammates will do a good job. We will try to win the home game. Jeonbuk has a lot of good players. It will be a difficult match, but we will work harder.”

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