Only Three Months Train, Kiatisuk Senamuang Resigns
Legend and former coach of Thailand national team, Kiatisuk Senamuang, resigned from the coaching chair of the contestants club of Thailand League, Port FC. Senamuang retreat after grabbing a series of bad results with Port FC in domestic competition.
As quoted from ESPN FC, Senamuang announced his decision to step down in a press conference session after Port FC defeated Chonburi at home on Wednesday (20/09/2017). In the Thai League match held at the PAT Stadium, Bangkok, Port FC lost by a score of 1-3.
At Port FC, Senamuang just train for three months. He started training the Bangkok-based club since last June.
During the competition under his coaching, Port FC did achieve less satisfactory results by not being able to win in the last seven matches in the Thai League. Even Port FC is only able to achieve one victory from the last 12 games.
Currently Port FC is in 12th position standings with a collection of 34 points.
Before coaching Port FC, Senamuang coached Thailand’s national team and also ended his action by resigning. Similar to Port FC, Senamuang retreated due to a spate of poor results in the 2018 World Cup qualifying round.